The report details the carbon footprint of our investments in shares and corporate bonds. The most recent report from 2021 shows that the weighted average carbon intensity of our investments is 46 percent lower than that of the global financial market (measured on scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions).
Report on climate-related risks (TCFD)
Our report on climate-related risks follows the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), which we support as part of the Danske Bank Group. This report details how we manage climate-related matters in order to take good care of our customers’ pension investments and to contribute to the green transition. It also shows the progress we have achieved with our ambition to invest in alignment with the Paris Agreement’s target of limiting global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius and pursuing efforts to limit it to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
EU Taxonomy Regulation
Our reporting on the EU Taxonomy Regulation details what proportion of our total investments are placed in activities that are taxonomy-eligible and taxonomy non-eligible. The EU Taxonomy is a classification system that defines when an economic activity can be classified as being environmentally sustainable.
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Climate Action 100+
As part of the Danske Bank Group, Danica Pension is a member of the Climate Action 100+ investor coalition, through which we together with other global investors influence the companies that have the largest CO2 emissions in the world to reduce their climate impact. The goal is to encourage these companies to change and adapt so that they meet the targets of the Paris Agreement.
See the list of our investments in companies that Climate Action 100+ is in dialogue with.
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