Several green equity funds fail to live up to Paris Agreement targets

Think tank Influencemap has investigated whether 723 equity funds, including those offered by Nordea, Nykredit, SEB and Danske Bank, live up to Paris Agreement goals.

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A new report from think tank Influencemap gives scores to 723 "green" funds. The study has investigated how far the funds' portfolios are in line with the climate goals set out by the Paris Agreement, Danish business daily Børsen reports.

130 climate funds and 593 sustainable funds were assessed, and the analysis shows that the majority do not live up to the Paris Agreement targets - including several Nordic funds.

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