Industry and government urged to do more on net zero

Scottish Widows said the transition to net zero is a social issue as well as environmental

Holly Roach
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Industry and government urged to do more on net zero

The government should make ‘just transition’ considerations a central component of the wider net-zero policy, according to Scottish Widows.

The provider today (24 May) published a report outlining how the pensions industry can deliver a ‘just transition' on the path to a decarbonised global economy. The firm said a ‘just transition'...

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