(Updates throughout, changes byline) By Mark McSherry UNITED NATIONS, Nov 21 (Reuters) - State treasurers and pensions funds that help oversee $1 trillion in assets on Friday urged U.S. regulators and business leaders to force corporations to give investors more information on the financial risks 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 ...
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