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Banks still light on net zero disclosures, says academic study

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The report found that JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley only scored above average on two areas of the TPI Centre’s assessment framework (Photo: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg)

Though improving, only a few of the world’s largest banks disclose which specific activities are covered by their climate commitments. A new academic study on 26 global banks has found that more lenders disclose net zero commitments, but that only half of those that have set such goals (nine banks) ...

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