Vanguard, protect our finances from climate risk
As an asset manager, Vanguard has a fiduciary duty to act with the sole or best interests of beneficiaries. But Vanguard's decision to leave the Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative and refusal to address climate risk as a systemic risk in its investment strategies is a potential breach of the firm’s commitments to its clients.
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