Danish pension company AP Pension is joining several investors in a new climate initiative, which pledges to work toward carbon neutrality by 2050. The initiative is named the Paris Aligned Investment Initiative (PAII) and was founded by the Institutional Investors Goup on Climate Change (IIGCC).
"There are two reasons for this. Firstly, we're going to make a commitment. Secondly, we're joining other big investors that we can share knowledge with. Many of the methods in this area don't exist yet," Head of Responsible Investments at AP Pension Sandra Metoyer says.
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