BlackRock CEO calls for stronger climate finance plan at G20 meet


Speaking to The Venice International Conference on Climate at a meeting of G20 Finance Ministers, he said without such a plan, current efforts, including on corporate sustainability disclosures, risked being "nothing more than window dressing".

VENICE: BlackRock Chief Executive Larry Fink (pic) on Sunday called for governments to develop a stronger long-term climate finance plan to unlock the private capital needed to fund the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Speaking to The Venice International Conference on Climate at a meeting of G20 Finance Ministers, he said without such a plan, current efforts, including on corporate sustainability disclosures, risked being "nothing more than window dressing".

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