Charlie Thomas: Thinking green, finding gold

July 2014
Money Marketing (Online Edition);7/7/2014, p6
The article presents author's comments on profitable investment oppurtunities by the companies in Great Britain. It mentions that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) developed the balanced assessment on investment. It focuses on the need of the government to regulate and promote investment on issues including energy efficiency, renewable energy and agriculture.


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