A pension fund will have investments in hundreds or possibly thousands of companies, only a small percentage of which will be likely to be in fossil fuel companies. They are averse to risk so spread investment widely.
The average member of a pension fund, even a very large fund, will have very little of their individual 'pot' in such companies, and the vast majority of pension fund holders do not have a scooby doo about the make-up of their pension fund.
The chance of a pension fund member being in a position to influence government decisions to enhance their fund value is negligible and is a totally different scenario to these HoL peers.
I didn’t say they (the pension fund member) could influence government decisions (other than their vote, as per the rest of use).
I bow to your superior knowledge of pension fund investment strategy… but… it is my understanding that risk level varies over time, ie, move into less risk, as retirement approaches. Also, the last I heard, BP and Shell were fossil fuel companies, and, are ‘regulars’ for pension funds.