Danish pension fund calls out HSBC for lacking climate efforts

The investor group wants HSBC to stop all lending to coal-fired energy and focus more on climate change mitigation.

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Several investors present harsh criticism of HSBC's financing of black energy and fossil fuels.

Now, Danish pension fund Akademikerpension means to strike against the lackluster climate efforts by one of the world's largest banks, writes newspaper Jyllands-Posten Erhverv.

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