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No issue here..people can invest into whatever portfolio they want - perhaps the real message is that money and politics will back the "clean"..

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Matt Chester on May 18, 2021

Where leaders investments lie is still important to watch for transparency-- lest we not forget Jimmy Carter selling off his peanut farm, and the challenges that arose in the past four years under the Trump administration when conflicts of interest became ubiquitous. 

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Bob Meinetz on May 18, 2021

"No issue here..people can invest into whatever portfolio they want - perhaps the real message is that money and politics will back the "clean".."

Perhaps the real message is that backing "clean" renewables is backing dirty fossil fuels.

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