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Plaster of Paris

6 September 2019 By George Hay

The likes of Shell, Total and BP sound more serious than U.S. peers about curbing emissions to accord with the 2015 Paris climate agreement. New research shows that in the most important sense they aren’t. Increasingly, investors may do oil boards’ jobs for them.

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