Few of the companies extracting coal, oil and gas Sweden's AP-funds have tried to impact through active ownership and dialog have set emissions goals in line with the Paris Agreement, shows a new report published by the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC).
The study covers both buffer funds AP1-4 as well as the premium pension system default fund, AP7, but is not the first instance of the conservation society analyzing the Swedish pension system from a sustainability perspective. A report from last year showed that AP1-4 together invested in 89 of the world's 200 biggest fossil companies.
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