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Close to half the Danes refuse to accept lower yield returns to mitigate climate change

Close to half of all Danes refuse to accept lower yield returns on their pension savings if this is a consequence of pension companies divesting oil, coal and/or gas companies, writes Danish newspaper Politiken.

41 percent of Danes are unwilling to accept a decreased return on their pension savings if this is a consequence of their pension company no longer investing in oil, coal and/or gas companies, writes Politiken based on a survey completed by Megafon.

31 percent of respondents say that a lower return is unacceptable and 11 and 17 percent of respondents claim to "not know/not relevant" and "neither agree/nor disagree", respectively.

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