Capital Flows, Policy and Regulation

European pension funds commit to climate investments

Solar panels stand at the Dominion Energy Inc. Selmer solar generating facility in this aerial photograph taken above Selmer, Tennessee, U.S., on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Large oil companies in Europe are continuing to diversify their holdings and increase clean-energy investments. Royal Dutch Shell Plc agreed in January to buy a 44 percent stake in Silicon Ranch Corp., the Nashville-based owner and operator of U.S. solar plants. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

As several Nordic and UK pension funds commit to clean energy and green investments by 2030, they must also navigate the increasingly important world of climate reporting At the COP26 conference at Glasgow last week, pension schemes in the UK, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Iceland and the Faroe Islands pledged ...

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