Influential New York pension fund will drop fossil-fuel stocks, put pressure on utilities and auto makers to cut emissions

New York State’s $226 billion pension fund, viewed as one of the world’s largest and most influential major investors, will eliminate many of its fossil-fuel stocks in the next five years, officials said Wednesday.
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