Waltham Forest to fully divest from fossil fuels by 2021

Stephanie Baxter
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Waltham Forest to fully divest from fossil fuels by 2021

Waltham Forest Pension Fund has announced it will divest from fossil fuels over the next five years after concerns over stranded assets.

The decision made by its committee on 22 September was based on investment risk considerations including international government action to reduce carbon emissions. The £716.5m fund has a low exposure...

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