Chalk it up to whatever you’d like but temperatures are rising globally. Every summer there are reports of extreme heat and this year’s reports from Death Valley highlighted extreme temperatures there. That, of course, doesn’t prove climate change is responsible. It’s simply one event in one region. This had let to the rise of stocks to buy for climate change.
However, given that global temperatures are set to reach new records in the next five years, climate change is occurring. Whether it’s a natural pattern shift or a man-made phenomenon will continue to polarize its discussion. Whatever the cause though, climate change is making ESG stocks relevant again. Let’s look at a few of them in depth.
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