Denmark's state-owned labor market pension fund, ATP, will henceforth aim to invest in power utilities intensely working toward climate adaption – even when such companies still have a long way to go before reaching their goals. That's why ATP could be at risk of appearing blacker in the short term.
The fund's objective is to achieve the greatest possible effect on reducing global greenhouse gas emissions through its investment activities.
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