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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Great expectations: Investors push for human rights change

Great expectations: Investors push for human rights change

This is how we urged global companies to drive better human rights performance.

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Letter from global investors to the G7 and G20 nations

Speak up! Letter from global investors to the G7 and G20 nations

Investors are urging G7 and G20 governments to keep climate change promises.

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Climate change in Norway

Climate change in Norway: It’s getting ugly up there

In this film, we uncover the severe consequences of global warming in Norway.

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Convenient choices

Convenient Choices: How investors can shape a better future

Watch this eye-opening mini documentary about how we have a choice to create a better tomorrow.

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Here’s how global investors may help save the one of the most unique places on Eart

The chilling aspects: Climate change in the Arctic

Here’s how global investors may help save the one of the most unique places on Earth.

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Solar power in Australia

Australia could become a renewable energy superpower

Despite having a prime basis, Australia is on the back foot in the global energy stakes. But why?

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Plantation on the edge

Plantation on the edge: We conduct active ownership

We visited paper and pulp manufacturer Stora Enso in Brazil to study local conflicts.

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Climate change in Singapore

How Singapore is planning to address climate change

As a low-lying city-state, S’pore is particularly exposed to the global warming challenges.

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Business and the Paris Agreement

Sustainable goals: How can the private sector help?

We talked with Executive Director of UNEP, Erik Solheim, about the role of business in climate change.

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Melting glacier in Greenland

The disturbing truth: Glacier in Greenland is melting away

Sasja Beslik travelled to Greenland to have a look at one of the world's fastest melting glaciers.

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IIGCC: Investor expectations

Will the oil and gas sector prepare for a low-carbon future?

A low-carbon economy depends on new strategies from the oil and gas companies.

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