Citi to disclose loan portfolio CO2 as it pledges $250bn green spending blitz

Cecilia Keating
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Citi has faced criticism as a major lender to fossil fuel companies
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Citi has faced criticism as a major lender to fossil fuel companies

Bank to report and disclose the emissions tied to its lending portfolios as it joins Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF)

Investment bank Citi yesterday unveiled a raft of new measures geared at reducing its environmental impact, including plans to disclose the emissions tied to enormous lending portfolio and to spend $250bn...

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