RBS to phase out coal funding as it sets sites on becoming 'climate positive' bank

Michael Holder
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Partly UK state-owned banking group's net zero strategy includes halving climate impact of its lending by 2030, as it unveils plans to rebrand as NatWest Group later this year

RBS is to place driving the low carbon transition at the forefront of its banking activity, today setting its sights on becoming 'climate positive' across its own operations by 2025 and to "at least halve"...

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