Putting your money in the right place could just put the world right

People either don't invest at all, or invest without consideration for the power that they wield. PHOTO: ST FILE
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The pandemic has resulted in seismic shifts in human behaviour globally and has had a significant - and positive - impact on the environment.

Air pollution, for example, has dropped by nearly 50 per cent in New York, while carbon emissions in China fell by around 25 per cent when the country was on partial lockdown at the beginning of the year.

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