Financing change: Science-based targets system launched for banks and investors

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Financial institutions can now set science-based targets for their operations and portfolios
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Financial institutions can now set science-based targets for their operations and portfolios

As many as 55 banks and financial firms including Standard Chartered and Amalgamated Bank have already committed to setting climate targets under the new system

Banks, investors and insurance companies can now draw on a scientifically vetted methodology to set climate targets aligned with the Paris Agreement, as the Science Based Targets initaitive (SBTi) today...

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