Carney’s comments on climate change inspired a private sector task force to make recommendations on how companies should disclose climate risk and have finally been decided upon. Kate Mackenzie, a climate finance think tanker, explains why they could be a game changer.
Elsewhere on Tuesday, - “The sugar industry paid scientists in the 1960s to play down the link between sugar and heart disease and promote saturated fat as the culprit instead, newly released historical documents show,” - Prop trading, evidence from the crisis. - The newer, hotter, communism. Click through the pic (which is really begging for a caption comp) for more:
- Newly conceivable ideas in economics
- The brief history of Airbnb, and what’s next
- Steven Johnson on how play shaped the modern world
- Michael Mauboussin reflects on thirty years of markets, cognitive biases, luck vs skill, and more
- The social media we deserve
- Trading Places and those frozen orange juice futures
- Language, truth, and Trump
- Keynes vs Hayek — who’s winning now?
- Miriam Leiva, Cuban dissident, on the death of Fidel Castro
- From the Trump to the Tramp
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