Environmental activists lashed out at U.S. mutual fund providers this week for systematically backing management decisions to bury pertinent facts about the real economic costs of industrial emissions that lead to global warming, Reuters reports.

New regulations forcing mutual fund providers to disclose proxy voting records made it possible for Ceres, a Boston-based organization comprised of environmental and shareholder advocates, to compile statistics on previously undisclosed environmental policies at leading domestic investment providers.

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