Political action on climate "vital", say Nordic and foreign investors en masse

Alongside 350 investors worldwide, 27 Nordic pension funds and investors have signed a statement to the world's governments ahead of two major climate summits.

G20 summit, July 2017 in Hamburg, Macron, Putin and Merkel | Photo: /Ritzau/AP/Tobias Schwarz

Thirteen institutional investors from Sweden, ten from Denmark, three from Finland and one from Norway have banded together with 350 investors worldwide prior to a pair of key climate summits, to urge the world's governments to take political action.

The two events are the G20 leaders' summit on 30 November in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the COP24 climate change conference on 3 December in Katowice, Poland.

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