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AP Moller Maersk, DFDS and Samsung. These are some of the largest CO2 emitters in P +’s portfolio, which we have put on the observation list and are leading to tightened active ownership with.
In November, we presented three climate goals for 2025 and 2030, which are intended to ensure that we contribute to creating change in reality. One of the objectives is that we will enter into a particularly intensified dialogue with the largest CO2-emitting companies in our portfolio in order to influence them in a greener direction.
We are now publishing the list of the 20 largest CO2 emitters in our portfolio, with which we will in future sharpen the dialogue and monitor closely. Kåre Hahn Michelsen, Investment Director at P +, explains:
“At P +, we see active ownership as one of the crucial steps in the work with the green transition. By pursuing particularly sharpened active ownership with the 20 largest CO2 emitters in the portfolio, we can help to support the large companies’ climate ambitions actually becoming climate actions. ”Source: P+
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