Two-thirds of UK savers want pensions to tackle climate change
Around two-thirds of UK pension holders want their retirement savings to tackle to climate change, but a similar proportion have no idea where their money is invested, a YouGov poll has found.After surveying over 1,000 pension holders, the researchers found that a whopping 80% had never even considered that their pension could be contributing to global warming. However, half said that the
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