Capital Flows, Energy

UK public pension schemes urge oil companies to make ‘quality’ climate pledges

A group of local government pension schemes will vote against the chairs of oil producers failing to meet climate benchmarks and banks’ sustainability committee chairs when falling short of transition metrics. The Border to Coast Pensions Partnership, which represents 11 local government pension schemes with about £38bn worth of assets, ...

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