Goldman Sachs pledges $1.1 trillion fund for environmental causes

January 21, 2020
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by Drishti Masand
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Another financial institution joins the environmental battle for a sustainable future by pledging a fund for financing, advisory services, and investments into initiatives that fight climate change as well as those that foster economic opportunities for underserved people over the next decade. Clients should recognize that the fight to reverse climate change is increasingly inevitable, and financial institutions are starting to support it.

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