Across the world, businesses are ramping up their efforts to
cut their carbon footprint.

But, despite these steps, your organisation could be unintentionally funnelling billions into carbon intensive industries through your pension investments – directly contradicting your own values and sustainability strategies. We’re here to help you change that.

What's your financial footprint?

Pension Emissions

The carbon footprint of FTSE100 company pensions is 7x higher than their company emissions. Despite their climate commitments, UK businesses are unintentionally funnelling billions of pounds into carbon intensive industries through their pensions.

Fossil Fuels

UK pension schemes invest a staggering £88 billion in fossil fuel companies. That’s £3,000 per pension holder in businesses like Shell and BP. These oil and gas companies are continuing to expand operations and develop new fossil fuels, despite the science being clear this must end.


For every £10 you put in your pension, £2 is linked to deforestation. From timber to tobacco, mining to manufacturing, our pensions are propping up the businesses responsible for chopping down 10 million hectares of forests each year.


What action can you take?

Our Green Pensions Guide

We’ve created an easy-to-use guide that shows you how to find out your pensions’ climate impact, and steps to take to make it greener. Download the guide here.

Climate Action Report

We’ve ranked the top 20 UK pension providers on their climate plans. If you’re not happy with how yours scores, contact them and tell them to up their game on climate. Check out the ranking here.

What about your bank?

Most organisations bank with one of the Big 5 on the UK high-street, who have financed the biggest oil and gas expanders with more than $141 billion since 2016. Download our guide for how to green your bank. 


Join the movement

Organisations across the UK are taking action on their pensions.

READy to get started?