How the BT Pension Scheme will safeguard its portfolios and the planet from climate change

James Phillips
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Nilsson: Climate change poses the biggest threat to the scheme meeting its long-term commitments
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Nilsson: Climate change poses the biggest threat to the scheme meeting its long-term commitments

Morten Nilsson explains why the BTPS is aiming to be net zero on carbon emissions by 2035, and how it plans to get there.

At the end of September, the BT Pension Scheme (BTPS) set an ambitious 2035 net-zero goal for our £55bn investment portfolio. As if to underline our message, the weather service Copernicus published data...

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