Activists respond to BlackRock’s plan to tackle climate change


Pete Sikora member of New York Communities for Change. In response to the findings of a new report by Majority Action, members of New York Communities for Change (NYCC), Mothers Out Front (MOF), Sunrise Movement NYC, Sierra Club, and 350Brooklyn gathered for a press conference on September 17, 2019 outside BlackRock offices in New York City.

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BlackRock announced this week that it will avoid investments in companies that have a high sustainability-related risk, a move the firm’s CEO Larry Fink says will fundamentally change how American companies conduct business.

BlackRock, the world’s largest money manager with nearly $7 trillion assets under management, will…


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