Markets ignoring climate crisis: HewsonBY ALEX BURKE | WEDNESDAY, 26 APR 2017 12:57PM
Former Liberal Party leader and chair of the Asset Owners Disclosure Project, John Hewson, believes markets are ignoring a climate-induced crisis far more severe than the one caused by subprime mortgages.
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