Brunel Pensions commits to net zero

The Brunel Pension Partnership has joined the newly launched Net Zero Investor Framework.

The NZIF is a framework providing investors with the tools they need to follow through on the ambitions of the Paris agreement. It has 33 signatories representing more than $8.5 trillion AUM.

Faith Ward, Chief Responsible Investment Officer at Brunel Pension Partnership and Chair of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, says: “It has taken enormous collective will to reach the point where investors can look to a common framework to deliver our shared climate goals. It is a good moment to stop and celebrate the scale of the opportunity that this creates. But not for long – the urgency of the climate crisis means investors and asset owners need to start using this today.”

David Vickers, Chief Investment Officer, Brunel Pension Partnership, says:
“We have fully committed to a 50% reduction in our emissions by 2030 and to net zero by 2050. This framework provides determined investors with the roadmap they need to address climate issues across their portfolios. For Brunel, our focus now turns to building net zero portfolios in partnership with clients who share our climate ambitions.”