PFA divests seven companies to meet internal climate change mitigation requirements

The CO2 emissions from Danish pension fund portfolio had exceeded the limit, bringing the fund to sell its shares in several coal companies.
Photo: PR/PFA
Photo: PR/PFA

PFA steps out of seven coal companies to meet internal ambitions on climate change mitigation. The pension fund has divested shares in the seven companies totaling EUR8m.

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