Fueling the Ener Transition
Bloomberg Markets|October - November 2021
I MAY BE BIASED, but some of the most important research and data on the Bloomberg terminal lies in one of its lesser-known functions: {BNEF<GO> }
JAMES BATTY

The most crucial issue facing markets today is how to build a less-carbon-intensive economy. Even the Covid-19 pandemic is not as important as how the global economy will change to prevent temperatures from rising more than 1.5C (2.7F) above preindustrial levels. Investors must decide where to invest, which technologies and companies to back, whom to believe, and whom to discount.

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