The Climate Investment Coalition will act as a primary force in the world for mobilising financial commitments towards green investments for the coming decade

The Climate Investment Coalition is working with global institutional investors in a structured process, to unlock private capital to invest in global green investments in both developed and emerging markets. These investments not only demonstrate that investors are ready with capital for green investments to achieve climate goals if governments can secure investment enabling regulatory frameworks, but also participate in the global economic recovery to ensure we tackle the immediate crisis in a way that is compatible with tackling the climate crisis.

If you would like to learn more about the Climate Investment Coalition's efforts to mobilise financial commitments, contact us.

 

Past achievements

In 2019, the Government of Denmark partnered with Insurance & Pension Denmark to mobilise a commitment by Danish pension funds of USD 50 billion towards green investments between 2020 and 2030, to be applied with the required framework conditions. This commitment is expected to represent 10% of their total balance in 2030. You can find more information on this commitment here.

USD 50 billion announced by Danish pension funds in Sept 2019 in New York

From left to right:
Peter Damgaard Jensen, Chair IIGCC;

Torben Möger Pedersen, Vice Chair, Insurance & Pension Denmark, and CEO, PensionDenmark;

Torsten Fels, CEO, PenSam;

H.E. Ms. Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of Denmark;

Gerard Bergsma, Trustee and Member of the Investment Committee, PFZW;
Henrik Nøhr Poulsen, Managing Director, Global Strategic Partnerships, PFA; 
Thomas DiNapoli, State Comptroller, New York State Common Retirement Fund. 

Contact

Climate Investment Coalition Secretariat
info@climateinvestmentcoalition.org

The Climate Investment Summit is organised by the Climate Investment Coalition founded by The Danish Government, Institutional 

Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC), Insurance & Pension Denmark and World Climate Foundation.