GMPF

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GMPFGreater Manchester Pension Fund (Droylsdon, UK)
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"Considering the plight of the mining dependents, as there is no income for last eighteen months, the state government should give them the financial assistance of Rs.25000/ per month and immediate assistance of Rs.100000/- before Ganesh Chaturthi, since almost all the mining dependents are required to pay the loan instalments," GMPF said in a release.
Scientists have warned that we must rapidly find alternatives to fossil fuels, yet the fossil fuel companies in which GMPF invests are still extracting fossil fuels and spreading disinformation about their impact on climate change.
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Like other pension funds, the GMPF has an exposure to property but unusually for a pension fund it has set aside pounds 400m for direct commercial and residential development in its region.
It should be noted that a number of other joints configurations applying Timberlok are manufactured at GMPF facilities.
New Delhi [India], Feb 6 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured a delegation of lawmakers and representatives of the Goa Mining People's Front (GMPF), that the central government would try to find a solution to the resumption of mining in Goa within the "four corners of the law", South Goa MP Narendra Savaikar said on Wednesday.Ee
New Delhi [India], Jan 13 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Sunday met with a delegation comprising Goa Mining People's Front (GMPF) officials and three MPs from the state.
Many were asking to be allowed entry to the AGM, as their own pensions which GMPF have invested in fossil fuels and they wanted to see their money moved and re-invested in renewable energy and green technology.
A delegation led by president of Goa Mining People's Fund (GMPF), Puti Gaonkar will meet the BJP chief seeking his intervention in the matter.
The GMPF, which serves many thousands of council workers past and present across the region, has been under increasing pressure to divest itself of its fossil fuel holdings portfolio - at odds with protestations of stewardship of the environment and financial prudence as such businesses are evermore at risk of suddenly becoming valueless - if not incurring financial responsibilities for cleaning up their damage.