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Big money in renewables

BILLIONAIRES are playing the “we are good for the environment card” by talking down coal while simultaneously positioning themselves to reap big returns at the expense of coal workers in regional Australia.

It could be a windfall for some wealthy individuals and tragedy for many others.

It could be a windfall for some wealthy individuals and tragedy for many others.

For example, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink has told companies within the multinational investment giant's US$8.67 trillion investment portfolio to show how they will achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050...

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