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ATP pursues optimal climate effect: The future's green winners may be black today

The Danish pension fund is now shifting its investment approach and says it would be better for the climate and returns if pension savings were to be invested in power utilities working intensely on climate adaption yet for which green objectives remain further on the horizon.

"If we wanted to appear greener, then we ought to completely drop power utilities or only pursue those that already are very green. We think we can achieve more with a different approach," says ATP Head of Liquid Markets Christian Kjær. | Photo: PR/ATP

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