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.
Pension funds should not only take into account the risks that climate change poses to their members’ savings, but also disclose how they are managing these risks. We have been helping a member of the Shell Contributory Pension Fund (SCPF) in his efforts to get proof that the fund is adequately managing its climate-related risk.
The Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have today released statements on the systemic impact of climate change to UK financial markets
A groundbreaking new ClientEarth opinion poll reveals that the British public wants urgent action on climate change.
Trustees warned their actions will be evaluated against evolving market standards and growing evidence.
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.
ClientEarth’s Company and Financial Project brings legal interventions designed to integrate climate-related financial risks into corporate and financial decision making.
Here, you can access our regulatory referrals, investor briefings, and publications on the legal duties of company directors, pension fund trustees, investment advisers, asset managers, auditors, and other financial actors, to report on and manage the material financial risks associated with climate change