Study: Nearly 90 per cent of pension savings not accounting for climate risks

Michael Holder
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Assessment of world's 100 largest pension funds finds only 13 per cent have been assessed for their exposure to climate-related risks

Up to £7.5tr of savings managed by the world's largest pension funds are potentially exposed to climate-related risks and have yet to undergo any formal climate risk assessment, a new analysis released...

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