Swedish pension provider KPA Pension has decided to invest EUR 112m in a bond issued by the World Bank focused on the reduction of food waste.
"Through this investment we want to focus on the UN sustainability goal number 12 on sustainable consumption and production and particularly on the issue of food waste. It is an issue with a great impact on the planet and human health. All improvements make a difference and we can contribute in so many ways to the goal of consuming and producing sustainably," says Britta Burreau, CEO of KPA Pension, in a press release.
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