Many central banks are rethinking their approach to the environmental and social impact of their operations. This is because their decisions can affect access to housing, healthcare, education, work, to adequate food and water and the security of their pensions.
By Maitse Motsoane, Portfolio Manager at Prescient Investment Management.
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