Pension funds aspire to cut carbon emissions by 23 times that of Denmark's population 

Three Danish pension funds are the first investors in a new fund that aims to spare the earth from carbon of 1GT before 2050, equivalent to 23 times of Denmark’s total annual emissions.
Photo: Mads Frost/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Mads Frost/Ritzau Scanpix
By Jakob Martini, translated by Katrine Gøthler

There is nothing unusual about Danish pension providers placing billions of kroner in investments in climate solutions. But there is no precedent case in which it has been proclaimed that such capital infusions will save the globe from the amount equal to 23 times the total annual carbon emissions of the Danish population.

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