Partners of Climate Investment Coalition to Impact the Global Climate Agenda
Partners of the Climate Investment Coalition can become part of an unparalleled effort to impact the real economy and make finance flows consistent with a pathway towards low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development.
The Climate Investment Coalition engages with leading institutional investors to mobilise climate commitments for 2030. Some of our committing members include:
The Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities, works towards the Danish Government's target of 70 per cent reduction of greenhouse gases in Denmark by 2030 and the visionary green leadership both at home and abroad. It is a work that crosses many ministerial areas - and it is a work that is characterised by positive energy, social responsibility and meaning every day.
The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) is the European membership body for investor collaboration on climate change and the voice of investors taking action for a prosperous, low carbon future. IIGCC has more than 230 members, mainly pension funds and asset managers, across 15 countries, with over €30 trillion in assets under management.
Insurance & Pension Denmark (IPD) is the voice of the Danish insurance companies and pension funds, representing 92 insurance companies and pension funds operating in the Danish market. The insurance and pension industry in Denmark plays an important role solving the challenges of the welfare state by supplementing public welfare provisions. IPD helps provide peace of mind to households and businesses across Denmark, at the same time as we help creating economic stability and growth.
The Danish pension funds hold more than Euro 400 billion in investments in Denmark and abroad. The total pension savings in Denmark is equivalent to 144 per cent of the national gross domestic product.
World Climate Foundation's mission is to catalyse the transition to a clean and low-carbon economy through cross-sector dialogue, inspirational partnerships and investments in sustainable solutions. Our vision is a decade from 2020 to 2030 where climate and biodiversity commitments are transforming into actions, aligned with the required outcomes.
Previous Climate Investment Summit Partners
Asset Managers & Financial Institutions
iShares by BlackRock | Danish Investment Association | Fidelity International | Nuveen | State Street Global Advisors | Nordic Investment Bank | European Investment Bank | Finance Denmark, Danish Finance Association
International Energy Agency (IEA) | International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) | Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) | Climate Bonds Initiative | Carbon Tracker Initiative | OECD | IFC | P4G | Ceres
Danish Ministry of Climate | Energy & Utilities | Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs |
Iberdrola | World Gold Council | PwC | LSEG
Partner with the Climate Investment Coalition
Climate Investment Coalition is a high-level public-private sector partnership mobilising significant commitments from institutional investors towards green investments in the next decade. It is also aiming to share best practice business models and framework conditions to drive investments and support a green economic recovery and reach the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Climate Investment Coalition is engaging with leading cross-sector stakeholders including:
Governments and international organisations aiming to share their experiences and knowledge in setting policies and enabling conditions to attract green investments
Utilities and developers interested in connecting with the right project pipelines
Asset managers seeking insights into greening portfolios and strategies for green investments
Asset owners including foundations, sovereign wealth funds and other private investors aiming to make a pivotal contribution and impact on the climate finance agenda and reaching global climate goals.
Climate Investment Coalition is looking to engage and partner with stakeholders determined to play a key role in helping the world achieve a green and fair recovery and lead global climate action.