'Pleasantly surprised': Activists say BlackRock's climate change strategy is a good first step, but more needs to be done




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  • 2020-01-15 14:06:22Z
  • By Business Insider
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\'Pleasantly surprised\': Activists say BlackRock\'s climate change strategy is a good first step, but more needs to be done  
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