Research: Pension scheme net zero plans 'dramatically underestimate' climate risks

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University of Exeter report calls for change in the way the UK pensions industry thinks about climate change

Pension scheme net zero transition plans are "dramatically underestimating" the risks and opportunities posed by climate change, a fresh study published today argues. A report from the Economics of...

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