Six steps the Fed should take against climate change 

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Six steps the Fed should take against climate change 

After four years of a Trump administration, here are some things the Federal Reserve can do to catch up in green financing. Calling a central bank slow or cautious is not an insult. Some even relish it. One former Bank of England governor, Edward George, was even proud of his moniker “Steady Eddie.” If you thought the U.S. Federal Reserve was slow, the outcome of November’s presidential election gives them license to swiftly update their stance on climate change.  This process tentatively began in November, when the Fed examined the…

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