More than three years ago, BlackRock, the world’s largest fund manager, published a paper promising to take more account of climate risks when investing in companies.

“Investors can no longer ignore climate change,” the 16-page report reads. “Some may question the science behind it, but all are faced with a swelling tide of climate-related regulations and technological disruption.”

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