Danish pension funds build stake in eucalyptus plantation in Tasmania in effort to boost green profile

Sampension and Lærernes Pension have invested hundreds of millions of Danish kroner in a eucalyptus plantation as part of their sustainable investments.

Photo: Thomas Borberg/Politiken/Ritzau Scanpix AF ANNE LOUISE HOUMANN

Together, Sampension and Lærernes Pension have invested hundreds of millions of kroner in a eucalyptus plantation in Tasmania. Eucalyptus is widely used to produce paper.

A British investment fund is also on board with the investment, which is happening through a consortium established by Global Forest Partner.

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