Asset management firms pledge to fight deforestation by 2025

Combined AuM of $8.7trn

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Firms are aiming to take action by 2025

Firms are aiming to take action by 2025

Firms with $8.7trn in assets under management have committed to “make best efforts” to eliminate agricultural commodity-driven deforestation from their portfolios by 2025.

The firms who have signed up will strive towards eliminating agricultural commodity-driven deforestation from cattle products, palm oil, soy, and pulp and paper production from portfolios by 2025. They...

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