The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has unveiled plans to go beyond net-zero emissions for its operations by 2025 and to at least halve the climate impact of its financial decisions and activities by 2030, as part of the organisation’s rebrand to the NatWest Group.
RBS will stop all lending cases to companies that have at least 15% of their activities linked to coal
New chief executive Alison Rose has today (14 February) confirmed that RBS will rebrand as the NatWest Group – its largest owned banking brand – later this year. To kickstart the relaunch, the bank has unveiled a plethora of new climate commitments.
RBS has committed to achieving net-zero emissions across its own operations this year, before transitioning to