The Bank of England governor is pushing banks and investors to take climate change seriously. And they listen, whether they want to or not.
LONDON — Mark Carney’s job is to guide the pound and the British economy through the Brexit storms. But the Bank of England chief is also building a legacy in another, unexpected field: climate change.
From twin perches atop the British central bank and a global oversight body, Carney isn’t shy to use a big tool in his kit — regulation — to nudge banks and investors to change their ways.
Some would say…