NZAOA: Net-zero benchmarks needed to keep climate goals on track

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The $11trn alliance has put out a fresh call to asset owners and index providers to develop and adhere to net-zero benchmarks.

The UN-convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance (NZAOA) has today (22 November) called on asset owners and index providers to develop and follow a series of net-zero aligned benchmarks in order to help them remain on track to meet their net zero objectives. The NZAOA - which was established last year ahead of the COP26 Climate Summit as part of Glasgow Finance Alliance for Net Zero - has published a fresh series of recommendations titled Development and Uptake of Net-Zero-Aligned Benchmarks: A call to action to asset owners and index providers. The alliance, which represents more than 8...

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