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Pension funds apply pressure on climate changeBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | THURSDAY, 23 JUL 2020 12:20PM
Some of the largest pension funds in the US have sent letters to their government urging action on climate change after a proposal sought to limit their ESG investing capabilities.
Read more: Federal Insurance Office, US Department of Labor, Boston Common Asset Management, California State Controller, California State Teachers Retirement System, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Cornerstone Capital Group, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Housing Finance Agency, Financial Stability Oversight Council, Illinois State Treasurer, Impax Asset Management, Praxis Mutual Funds, Westparth Benefits
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