Church of England plots science-based nature targets for £8.7bn investment portfolio

Michael Holder
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The Church Commissioners for England to help Science Based Targets Network design framework for businesses and investors tackle nature loss

The Church of England's £8.7bn asset management arm has become the first investor to join a new initiative to develop a framework for tackling nature loss in line with scientific guidance, as it today...

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