ATP jumps in WWF climate rating after more detailed data release

Denmarks largest pension fund, ATP, has made the biggest jump in score in the latest climate awareness report from WWF Denmark out of its peers. "We haven't done anything different except for improving our communication," the fund's climate chief says.

ATP is already green and climate oriented the pension fund says. WWF sends ATP up its climate awareness ranking | Photo: PR.

In the previous Climate Awareness report from environmenal organization WWF Denmark, Danish mandatory pension fund ATP received just two of a possible 12 points. But this time around, ATP has made the biggest leap up the score table of all Danish pension funds, going from two to six points.

"This jump up the list is due to more thorough and in-depth communication with WWF from our side. We have shown them more in depth what we actually do in regard to climate, so they have gotten more information than in previous years. It's not because we have become more climate aware compared to previous years," Ulrik Weuder, who is in charge of climate at ATP, tells AMWatch.

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