7 February 2022
Danica Ejendomme has reduced CO2 emissions from its Danish properties by 40 percent since 2019. The significant reduction means that Danica Ejendomme is ahead of its 2025 climate goal and well on its way to meeting the long-term goal of a 69 percent CO2 reduction in 2030 .
Buildings are one of the major climate sinners and account for a large share of global CO 2 emissions. In January 2021, Danica Ejendomme, which invests in properties on behalf of Danica Pension, therefore set specific targets for how much CO 2 emissions from Danish properties should be reduced in the coming years compared to the 2019 level. One year later, the CO 2 reduction targets for 2023 and 2025 of 30 and 37 percent, respectively , have already been reached , as CO 2 emissions have already been reduced by 40 percent.Source: Danica
January 31, 2023
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