Activists dressed as world leaders in firefighter costumes stand in front of a model representing the globe on a pyre, during an Oxfam protest in conjunction with the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, in Glasgow on November 12. Photo: dpa
Activists dressed as world leaders in firefighter costumes stand in front of a model representing the globe on a pyre, during an Oxfam protest in conjunction with the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, in Glasgow on November 12. Photo: dpa
Anthony Rowley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Anthony Rowley

A multitrillion-dollar climate rescue is on the way – but will investors pick up the bill?

  • Grand plans were unveiled at COP26 but what will persuade investors to pull out of glamour stocks and into climate projects, short of a market crash?
  • The buck-passing will only stop when multilateral institutions are empowered to create carbon control projects and raise funds to pay for them

Activists dressed as world leaders in firefighter costumes stand in front of a model representing the globe on a pyre, during an Oxfam protest in conjunction with the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, in Glasgow on November 12. Photo: dpa
Activists dressed as world leaders in firefighter costumes stand in front of a model representing the globe on a pyre, during an Oxfam protest in conjunction with the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, in Glasgow on November 12. Photo: dpa
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