COP’21 in Paris has reached its end and the world has a new global climate agreement.
As a member of IIGCC (Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change), Nordea Asset Management played an active part in calling for an ambitious deal. And the joint efforts paid off.
The actions on climate change – from institutional investors across the world – helped encourage policymakers to reach an agreement that sends a strong signal that the transition to a low carbon economy is both irresistible and irreversible.
Read IIGCC’s full summary of “How the investor voice shaped COP’21” (pdf, 3 MB).
Nordea Asset Management’s approach on climate change
Climate change presents a challenge to our investments – in terms of its physical impact as well as the prospect of implementation of radical policy measures in order to reduce GHG-emissions globally.
See Nordea Asset Management - Our Approach on Climate Change (pdf, 115 KB).
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