NEST plots boost to climate goals to accelerate corporate carbon cuts

Madeleine Cuff
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NEST is considering raising its targets to push companies to do more on climate action | Credit: NEST
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NEST is considering raising its targets to push companies to do more on climate action | Credit: NEST

Provider of millions of UK pensions considering raising its benchmark for climate positive companies

For millions of people across the UK who are not sure whether they have a pension, who manages it, or why, it is quite likely NEST is in charge of their money. As the country's largest auto-enrolment pension...

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