PenSam, a Danish pension fund, has released new CO2 emission targets for its investment portfolios, reports Danish financial daily Børsen.
By 2025, the company seeks to reduce its CO2 footprint in its equity portfolio by 50-60 percent, its credit portfolio by 30-40 percent and its real estate portfolio by around 20 percent. Combined, this would result in a total reduction of 44 percent in 2025 compared to 2019 levels.
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