Fund sees climate crisis as "one of the biggest opportunities to generate yield in the coming decades"

Danish climate fund 2150 will soon make its twelfth investment in 18 months, says co-founder Christian Jølck.

Christian Jølck, co-founder and partner, 2150. | Photo: 2150 / PR

One month ago, climate fund 2150 announced its investment in Florida-based air conditioning developer Blue Frontier.

This was 2150’s seventh investment this year and 11th in total since it was launched at the start of 2021.

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