Danish state pension fund tight-lipped on climate goals

As pension companies fight to stand out on climate, Denmark's largest investor, ATP, refuses to announce climate goals before the company trusts its climate data.

ATP's head of ESG, Ole Buhl. | Photo: PR/ATP

The financial sector has thrown itself into climate crisis mitigation over the past few years and promised emission reductions and investments worth billions of euros.

However, Denmark's largest institutional investor, EUR 129bn (DKK 960bn) ATP, has not committed to reducing its carbon footprint or to allocating a specific amount of its investments to the green transition.

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