Climate Risk Is Both Chronic and Acute. Here’s What That Means for Portfolio Managers.

This Barrons article discusses how climate change will affect investment portfolios.

The search for yield can take investors to strange places. But never more so when those same investors also have a goal of helping save the planet.

Aligning financial interests with reducing the effects of climate change can force upon an investor dichotomies they might never previously have considered. Like, for instance, saying that cruise ships are a better buy than theme parks, because the latter is stationary, the former is not, and being able to move an asset may be advantageous in the not-so-distant future where extreme weather is a threat to us all.

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