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PFA under heavy criticism for fossil fuel exposure

Denmark's PFA owns more than USD 400m in bonds linked to environmentally damaging fossil fuel projects

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Denmark's PFA owns more than USD 400m in bonds linked to environmentally damaging fossil fuel projects despite the pensions firm's pledge to cut carbon emissions and promote the transition to a greener future, writes Financial Times.

According to Stockholm-based green bond institute Anthropocene Institute, PFA owns bonds worth roughly USD 187m issued by Canadian province Alberta, a major producer of tar-sands oil.

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