Danish pension initiative seeks to unite the world's biggest investors against climate change

Denmark is launching a new initiative, the Climate Investment Coalition, which will get international investors to make greener investments. PKA CEO Peter Damgaard Jensen has a central role in the initiative.

Peter Damgaard Jensen, CEO of PKA | Photo: PKA/PR

The Danish pension sector and ministry of climate and energy are at the helm of a new, Danish initiative which aims to get some of the world's biggest investment companies to make green investments. The initiative will be presented at the two-week long climate conference in Madrid, COP25, which is currently underway and ends on Friday.

The new initiative is called the Climate Investment Coalition and is a collaboration between China, the Danish ministry for energy and environment, industry association Forsikring & Pension, the international investor collaboration IIGCC and the World Climate organization.

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