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Opperman: Climate change is the number one issue of our generation
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Opperman: Climate change is the number one issue of our generation

The government has brought forward regulations to mandate the largest schemes to assess and report on their climate change risk to investments.

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) today published regulations in parliament to require schemes with £5bn of more in assets, and all authorised master trusts, to report on how they will manage...

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