Wind turbines rise above a field of sunflowers in China’s Gansu province. More and more young people want to invest in climate change mitigation. Photo: Xinhua
Wind turbines rise above a field of sunflowers in China’s Gansu province. More and more young people want to invest in climate change mitigation. Photo: Xinhua
Anthony Rowley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Anthony Rowley

How the climate crisis generation can usher in an era of responsible capitalism

  • The longest market boom in history saw the rise of all-powerful tech billionaires but did virtually nothing to serve socio-economic needs or mitigate climate change
  • Now, with the world on the brink of an economic slowdown, a new generation of investors want less speculation and more sustainability

Wind turbines rise above a field of sunflowers in China’s Gansu province. More and more young people want to invest in climate change mitigation. Photo: Xinhua
Wind turbines rise above a field of sunflowers in China’s Gansu province. More and more young people want to invest in climate change mitigation. Photo: Xinhua
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