By Irwin Arieff UNITED NATIONS, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Major institutional investors on Friday urged U.S. regulators, business leaders and investment firms to take steps to require corporations to give investors more information about the risks they run from global climate change. Eight U.S. state and city treasurers and comptrollers and the leaders of two large labor pension funds issued a "call for action" at a day-long Institutional Investor Summit on Climate Risk held at U.N. ...
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