Aviva and WWF team up for green finance drive

Cecilia Keating
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Policy paper published as part of new partnership sets out a number of recommendations for how the UK’s finance sector can be reformed to deliver an accelerated net zero transition

Aviva and WWF have teamed up to urge the government to require all UK regulated financial institutions to establish net zero transition plans by 2023 that put them on track to achieving the Paris Agreement's...

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