Four fifths of leading defined contribution schemes are yet to remove deforestation from portfolios
Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) warns pension schemes that climate change is a 'risk-management problem on a global scale'
£7.6bn pension fund plans to slash its Scope 1 and 2 portfolio emissions within eight years
Pensions regulator issues guidance, as TCFD reporting becomes mandatory for UK pensions schemes worth over £1bn
Research from Make My Money Matter and Scottish Widows finds staff increasingly want their employers to offer sustainable pensions
Australia's Cbus Super and Austria's Bundespensionskasse quit the Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance and the Paris Aligned Asset Owners initiative respectively, both citing resource and data reporting challenges
New proposals put forward for new climate-related requirements to be placed on pension scheme's administering authorities
Energy and pensions giants team up with GLIL to deliver £400m investment in world's largest offshore wind farm
As the largest group of asset owners, pension funds have real power to slow the flow of private finance channelled into deforestation activities, writes Global Canopy's Niki Mardas
Report from Global Resource Initiative argues an approach to tackling deforestation founded on mandatory climate disclosure and voluntary measures will 'not be sufficient on its own'