Elizabeth Fairchild

Washington, D.C. – Jim Doyle, President of Business Forward, issued the following statement in support of BlackRock’s decision to scale back participation in Climate Action 100+.


“A smart and credible response from BlackRock, offering clients a choice on investment strategies relative to climate risk. With differences over decarbonization policy between the U.S. and EU likely to grow and evolve, BlackRock’s approach reflects the transparent, responsible, and market-driven approach that made them the world’s most respected asset manager.”


To learn more, read the Financial Times article here: 



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