If a Trump administration won't fight climate change, and the federal government's previous efforts weren't really all that groundbreaking, the investment community could be at the forefront of actions against environmental and climate threats.

And that, in turn, could save retirement funds.

So says a Huffington Post report that points out that investors see the risk of climate change differently from corporations and the government, especially since "the degradation of asset value driven by climate change does not have a prospect of rebound."

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