Socialization of Climate Change

So why is climate change still not part of the mainstream investment process? 

We’ve found five primary reasons:

  1. the long-term horizon problem;
  2. lack of reliable data;
  3. the natural biases of the human mind as described by behavioral economics;
  4. the political polarization of climate change;
  5. the increasing socialization of climate change.

Here we discuss the socialization of climate change and its investment implications.

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