Pensions

Pension funds must treat climate change as both a risk and an opportunity to ensure the future savings of millions of people are protected. Our environmental lawyers are making sure they do just that.

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  • Gold Coast, Australia

    Twenty-three year-old takes his pension fund to court over climate change

    In a first of its kind case, a pension fund member in Australia has taken their fund to court over a lack of information on what it knows about the impact of climate change on his investments and what it is doing about it.

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    Dropping climate reference in new pensions law would be “hugely irresponsible”

    PLSA calls for climate change risk to be omitted from trustees’ duties but too many are still worryingly under-informed about climate risk.

  • ‘Lightbulb moment’ as climate risk hits the mainstream for UK pensions industry

    The UK government has recommended pensions law require providers to consider climate risk in core investment decision-making, in what would be a breakthrough for the financial system.

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    MPs and lawyers call on government: time to crack down on corporate climate inertia

    UK financial regulators are under pressure to issue much-needed guidance on climate risk reporting.

  • Resources

    Pensions team

  • Ellen Baker, Communications, ClientEarth

    Ellen Baker

  • Jon Bennett

  • Joanne Etherton, Pensions Lawyer, Company and Financial Project

    Joanne Etherton

  • Alice Garton, Senior Lawyer (Australian qualified), Head of Climate, ClientEarth

    Alice Garton

  • Karla Hill, Director of Programmes, ClientEarth

    Karla Hill

  • Amy Rose, Head of Strategic Litation, ClientEarth

    Amy Rose

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