BTPS targets tricky sectors in net-zero roadmap

Interim goals released on BTPS’ path to becoming net zero by 2035

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Nilsson: "Every route [to net zero] requires strong commitments, trade-offs and increased policy action."
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Nilsson: "Every route [to net zero] requires strong commitments, trade-offs and increased policy action."

The BT Pension Scheme (BTPS) will reduce the scope 1 and 2 carbon intensity of its equity and credit and real estate portfolios as part of a five-year targets plan on its path to net zero.

The £57bn scheme plans to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2035 across its entire portfolio, consistent with both the Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance and Institutional Investors Group on ...

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