Last month, MetLife became the first US-based life insurer to adopt a policy restricting investments in coal. However, climate advocacy groups say the policy does not go far enough.
MetLife’s new policy states that the company will make “no new investments in miners or utilities deriving 25% or more of their revenue from thermal coal.” The policy will be implemented prior to the end of the year, according to MetLife.
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