New York unveils radical plans to decarbonise state pension funds

Madeleine Cuff
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New York unveils radical plans to decarbonise state pension funds

In a major coup for divestment campaigners, state governor Andrew Cuomo and NYC comptroller Scott Stringer set out plans to halt pension investments into fossil fuels

New York has yesterday unveiled major plans to divest the state's public pension fund from "significant" fossil fuel investments as part of a plan to shift the investment of public money in action to tackle...

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