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Top credit agency warned cities and states to prepare for climate change or face lower credit rating

by Futures Centre, Dec 7
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Carol Brighton on Twitter

ClimateWise #SignalofChange: https://t.co/X6iweDvLC8

“Moody’s, one of the top credit rating agencies in the world, warned cities and states in the U.S. that unless they prepare for climate change, the agency could lower their credit ratings, making it harder for them to obtain low-interest bonds.” – Yale Environment 360

Yale Environment 360 on Twitter

Moody’s, one of the top credit rating agencies in the world, warned cities and states in the U.S. that unless they prepare for climate change, the agency could lower their credit ratings, making it harder for them to obtain low-interest bonds. https://t.co/AiSqNXErJE

 

Top Credit Agency to Cities and States: Prepare for Climate Change or Face Lower Credit Rating

Moody’s Investors Service, one of the top credit rating agencies in the world, warned cities and states in the U.S. that unless they prepare for climate change, the agency could lower their credit ratings, making it harder for them to obtain low-interest bonds.

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