JP Morgan Chase pledges to 'shift away' from fossil fuel investments: reports

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JP Morgan Chase is set to cut its exposure to companies not aligned to the Paris climate accords and is shifting its financing portfolios away from the fossil fuel industry, according to the FT. On Tuesday this week, JP Morgan Chase told oil and gas, electric power and automotive clients to reduce emissions by 2030, with the bank set to announce specific emissions reduction targets by next year. The bank has been the target of climate activists and campaigners a number of times in the p...

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