Schemes urged to hold asset managers to account on net-zero targets for executive pay at oil and gas firms

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Research found remuneration policies are still lagging behind
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Research found remuneration policies are still lagging behind

Oil and gas majors are still rewarding executives for fossil fuel growth despite them committing to have net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, as experts urge institutional investors to take action.

Research by Carbon Tracker, published in December, found while companies have set ambitious targets to tackle climate change, their remuneration policies are still lagging behind. Out of the 30 largest...

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