Countries will drive ethical investment, says AIC

Nick RiceMagazine: InvestmentAdviser
Published Tuesday , December 01, 2009

The AIC said investment trust managers in particular believed hard emissions targets were unlikely to emerge from the conference, but more important was the presence of individual nations such as China, India and the US, which was one of only two nations to opt out of the original Kyoto Protocol.

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