UK banks fail to measure environmental impact

A new report shows that while UK banks declare sustainability is integral to their business strategy, many are guilty of ‘saying, not doing’. UK bankers say their employers are not measuring the environmental impact of their activities, even those that state wider sustainability principles are integral to their business, according ...

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