This is how the Danish investment funds plan to achieve common goal of reducing carbon footprint by 75 percent

It's an ambitious but an important goal, admits Danish Investment Association Chairman Peter Kjærgaard regarding the aim of reducing the national carbon footprint in investment funds around 75 percent by 2030. 

Peter Kjærgaard, CEO at Nykredit Wealth Management and Chairman of the Danish investment fund Association, Investering Danmark. | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

Last week, the Danish Investment Association disclosed its ambition to reduce the footprints of Danish private investments by 75 percent in 2030 relative to today's world equity index (MSCI ACWI).

This makes Denmark the first country in the world to have an investment trade association with a commitment as ambitious as this.

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