Royal Mail, Co-op and Marks & Spencer pension schemes target net zero

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British household names commit to halving emissions in their pension portfolios by 2030

Royal Mail, Co-op and Marks & Spencer (M&S) have this week pledged to halve the emissions of their pension scheme portfolios by 2030, and to deliver net zero across these investments by no later than 2050....

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