London Pensions Fund Authority targets net zero by 2050

Hope William-Smith
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Growing numbers of UK pensions funds are setting net zero goals | Credit: iStock
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Growing numbers of UK pensions funds are setting net zero goals | Credit: iStock

LPFA also unveils interim decarbonisation goals for 2030 alongside plans to invest in assets which contribute to a low carbon future

The London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) has become the latest in the retirement savings sector to set its sights on net zero emissions by 2050, in addition to setting interim 2030 goals towards decarbonising...

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