Three in four pension schemes to have net-zero plans
Three-quarters of UK pension schemes have plans to align their investments with net-zero emissions, or will do within the next two years, a recent survey has found.Schemes are coming under increasing pressure to align with net zero after the Pensions Regulator and Department for Work and Pensions introduced requirements for them to use the Task Force on Climate-
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