Climate change is 'overblown nonsense' and not a material risk, says industry

Michael Klimes
Climate change is 'overblown nonsense' and not a material risk, says industry

Industry does not take climate risk to heart in its investment decisions, PP research reveals.

The latest Pensions Buzz poll - conducted by Professional Pensions between 22 August and 23 August among 101 trustees, scheme managers and pension professionals - found more than half (53%) did not...

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