Storebrand Asset Management supports Danish pension plan to boost green transition with triple-digit DKKbn investment by 2030

A coalition of international asset managers supports the Danish plan to finance climate change mitigation projects with huge investments from the pension sector.

Climate protesters in New York ahead of the UNI climate summit. | Photo: JOHANNES EISELE/AFP / AFP

Several international investors have already expressed support for the Danish plan to finance climate change mitigation projects with a triple-digit DKKbn investment ahead to 2030.

The plan was published by the Danish government and the Danish pension sector on Sunday at an event ahead of the UN climate summit in New York.

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