Danish pension giant AP Pension is coming down hard on fossil fuel firms, removing dozens of oil and gas companies from its investment portfolio. Responsible investment head Anna Maria Fibla Moeller explains the pension's new energy strategy
CalPERS, the largest public pension fund in the US is planning a significant overhaul of its climate strategy, including doubling its investments in climate solutions by the end of the decade
PPF's head of ESG & sustainability explains the fund's approach to engaging with portfolio companies, external fund managers and policymakers
In an interview with Net Zero Investor, the head of sustainability at $18bn Lægernes Pension argues that asset managers should do the “heavy lifting” on climate stewardship
In an interview with Net Zero Investor, Bishop Graham outlines what is next for the Church of England’s net zero journey.
Akademiker's decision to divest from an Italian fossil fuel giant puts the spotlight on a grey area of active ownership – escalation
Does the growth of split voting options mean that the onus for climate stewardship is now on asset owners?
Net Zero Investor sat down with Nathan Fabian to find out why he thinks net zero networks need to change their strategy
Antonio Rodriguez leads the investment office about NYC BERS. He sat down with Net Zero Investor to discuss divestment, diversification and the anti-ESG pushback
Tegs Harding, trustee director and head of sustainability at IGG, argues that corporate backtracking on climate change means investors need to change their approach
Climate policies of pension funds across the Golden State range from full divestment from oil and gas to the notion that being a net zero investor is simply 'untenable'
Net Zero Investor brought together a group of senior UK institutional investors to discuss whether investors have made progress on climate change engagement