Make net zero strategies a mandatory requirement, UK firms urge government

Michael Holder
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Financial firms representing £4.5tr in assets have signed the letter to the government today
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Financial firms representing £4.5tr in assets have signed the letter to the government today

BT, Tesco, Aviva, Santander, and Mitie among those calling on government to make net zero disclosure a mandatory requirement for large firms

Major UK companies and financial institutions collectively responsible for over £4.5tr in assets have called on the government to make disclosure of net zero transition plans a mandatory requirement for...

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