Oil giants are failing to disclose to investors the risks posed by climate change, a new report finds

Major oil and gas companies are failing to tell investors about the full risks related to both climate change and new forms of resource development, according to a damning report from Ceres, an influential Boston-based coalition of investment and public interest groups.

The report looks at the first quarter 2011...

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