Investors with $11trn in assets publish net-zero expectations for banks
A group of leading global investors with $11trn (£8trn) in assets under management has today published its expectations for how banks should align their operations with the goals of the Paris Agreement.The expectations urge banks to commit to net-zero emissions by 2050, and to publish interim targets, with a primary focus on indirect emissions associated with investments, lending, and other financia
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