Danish FSA warns of "greenwashing" in green investments

A lack of minimum standards for which investments can be called "green" or "sustainable" on the market for investment products means that investors risk buying shares unseen.

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All that glitters is not gold. And not all that is green is sustainable.

Denmark's FSA (Finanstilsynet) has used the term 'greenwashing' in a statement to describe the financial risks that have come in the wake of the transition to a more CO2 effective society.

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