Financial press releases.
Church of England Pensions Board and Church Commissioners at the forefront of analysing the transition to a low carbon economy
14/05/2021The Church of England Pensions Board and Church Commissioners for England continue their engagement with other investors and asset owners to effect real world change on their journey to being net zero-aligned funds.
The Church Commissioners for England continue their engagement with other investors and asset owners to affect real world change on its journey to being net zero by 2050
06/05/2021The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) today launched two new resources to support continual improvement in the safe and transparent management of tailings facilities
The Church Commissioners in January 2020 committed our investment portfolio to being net zero by 2050, in line with the Paris Agreement, as a member of the UN’s Asset Owner Alliance.
The Church Commissioners for England announced its goal to reduce the carbon intensity of its investment portfolio by 25% by 2025.
A group of leading global investors has developed investor expectations for the banking sector through the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, calling on banking firms to set enhanced net zero targets for 2050 or sooner.
Statement by Adam Matthews, Church of England Pensions Board & Co-lead for Climate Action 100+ engagement with Royal Dutch Shell, following the publication of their Energy Transition Strategy
The Pensions Board seeks to make real change in high carbon sectors
Church Commissioners for England first investor to join Program to develop science-based nature targets for businesses
The Church Commissioners for England, who manage assets worth £8.7bn, including large land holdings in the UK, are the first investor to join a new Program to develop a framework that will help businesses tackle nature loss in line with science.
Framework launch sees 21 asset owners committing to achieve net zero alignment.