Pilita Clark’s picks for summer reading about the environment

US retail banks cut their branch networks and trimmed headcount in the first half of the year, and Brussels' historic attempt to tackle climate change faces a wall of opposition from governments in the bloc. Plus, the FT’s business columnist, PIlita Clark, talks about her favourite summer reads about the environment. 


US banks close more than 250 branches in bet on digital future with Imani Moise, US banking correspondent

https://www.ft.com/content/26764d8b-9c5f-420a-901c-eaed97dda412


EU climate change plans on collision course over rising cost of emissions

https://www.ft.com/content/883a676c-7370-4e42-9b3a-dcf7e898e7bd?


Summer books of 2021: Environment, with Pilita Clark, business columnist 

https://www.ft.com/content/27aa0926-6894-4102-89dc-e006e226cd0d


Manchester City’s parent company raises $650m in one of football’s biggest ever debt deals

https://www.ft.com/content/c8cdc3f6-b7b9-45a9-8a87-f6e7bb5af92a


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