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December 17th, 2007
Episode 119 of 1282 episodes
Bringing capital into play is the pragmatic and profitable response to climate change, says Mark Fulton of Deutsche Asset Management. Governments are creating a price for carbon, explicitly through emissions trading and implicitly through taxes, subsidies, and standards.