UK pensions urged to target net-zero emissions ahead of COP26
The UK's largest defined benefit (DB) pension schemes have received a letter from the Make My Money Matter campaign urging them to set net-zero emission targets ahead of the COP26 climate summit later this year.The HSBC Bank Pension Scheme and BP Pension Fund are among the DB schemes being urged to halve their emissions before 2030, and reach full net zero by 2050 “at the absolute latest”. Defined contribut
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