Fidelity International unveiled plans to halve the carbon footprint of its investment portfolio by 2030, becoming the latest in a string of fund managers to make such pledges as the industry faces growing calls to stop enabling toxic emissions.
The London-based firm, which manages more than USD 785bn, is a founding member of the Net Zero Asset Managers Initiative.
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