This is Sustainable Finance

Sustainable Finance at Nordea is about integrating sustainability into all our business activities and products within our core areas investment, lending and customer advice.

We are constantly facing global challenges and in relation to our business it means that we have to work integrated with environmental, social

and governance issues in all our fields. We also engage our clients and other stakeholders by providing information about relevant sustainability issues.

By acting on behalf of our clients we can contribute to economic growth and prosperity, through capital allocation and interaction with companies. This is not only a business opportunity, but a part of our fiduciary responsibility.

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Snorre Storset presenting Sustainable Finance

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How we pioneered ESG investing in emerging markets

How we pioneered ESG investing in emerging markets

Have a closer look on our Emerging Stars investment philosophy and approach.

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The continent is becoming increasingly hotter, and will experience more extreme heat causing intense drought and extensive coral damage in the world's largest reef system, Great Barrier Reef.

Climate change in Australia: A continent on the brink

Follow Sasja Beslik to Australia for a distressing look at the climate change impact.

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Sweden Trafic

Climate issues on wheels: Sustainable transport in Europe

Transport represents a quarter of Europe's GHG emissions and is the main cause of air pollution in cities.

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Swedish climate

Mind the gap: Sweden struggles to meet climate target

There's a 53% gap to meet Swedish climate target with current emissions trajectory.

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Decrease your meat consumption

Decrease your meat consumption: A Latvia of livestock

The EU's population will peak around 2050, reaching 526 million persons, an increase of 3.7%.

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Tap water is not only safe, but often better than bottled water.

Just how thirsty are you? The bottled water boom

Tap water is not only safe, but often better than bottled water due to the environmental impact of plastic.

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In 2007, Nordea signed the Principles for Responsible Investments (PRI).

Commitment of the decade: 10 years of responsibility

Learn how we've increased our responsibility since we signed the UNPRI back in 2017.

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Woman walking in forest

Dear Sweden, let's stay away from fossil fuel investments

Investments in fossil fuel-based energy are a costly affair for the environment.

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Aerial view of grassy mountain

What are the key disputes in building a sustainable economy?

The High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance asked. We answered.

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Sasja Beslik receives Sustainability Leader award

Sasja Beslik receives Sustainability Leader award

Our Head of Sustainable Finance is Sustainability Leader of the Year 2017.

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The number of contaminated waterways in India has more than doubled in the past five years with half of the country's rivers now being polluted.

Engaging the drug industry on water pollution in India

Nordea wants to be a game-changer in the case of global water issues. Here's how we do it.

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