Most pension schemes 'failing' to act on climate

Findings show 71 of 100 major UK schemes have yet to make robust commitments

Holly Roach
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The majority of UK pension schemes are failing to act on climate, according to research from Make My Money Matter (MMMM).

The ethical pensions campaign - co-founded by film director and producer Richard Curtis - revealed 71 out of 100 major pension schemes in the UK "have yet to make robust net-zero emissions commitments"...

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