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oppføring Notat: Internasjonale banker finansierer klimaødeleggelse Populær

Valgte emner er Investeringer, Kull, Olje 3565 nedlastninger

Notat: Norske banker har ikke lenger aksjer i kullselskapene, men investerer milliarder i internasjonale banker som finansierer nytt kull, tjæresand og kontroversiell olje.

Av: Sigurd Jorde

pdf Divestment done and divestment to do Populær

Valgte emner er Energi, Klima, Kull, Oljefondet 3621 nedlastninger

Divestment Done and Divestment To Do- The Norwegian Government Pension Fund and Coal

Published by urgewald, Framtiden i våre hender and Greenpeace Norway
Author: Heffa Schücking

A year ago, the Norwegian Parliament took a historic decision to move the Government
Pension Fund Global (GPFG) out of thermal coal. The Parliament determined that
companies should be excluded if they “base 30% or more of their activities on coal,
and/or derive 30% of their revenues from coal.”1 This was an important break-through as
the 30% threshold established a new benchmark for divestment actions of large investors.
Only months after the Norwegian decision, the world’s largest insurance company, Allianz,
undertook a coal divestment action of its own based on the GPFG’s 30% threshold.2 And
other investors such as KLP and Storebrand, which had already undertaken divestment
actions, have now tightened their thresholds to keep up with the trail blazed by the
Norwegian Parliament.

This briefing provides a “snapshot” of how the world’s largest coal divestment action is
progressing. To this end, we have analyzed the GPFG’s holdings list from December 31st
2015 as well as the implementation guidelines laid out by Norway’s Finance Ministry.
Although the divestment action is not due to be completed until the end of 2016, we wish
to draw attention to some weaknesses that could diminish the scope and impact of the
Storting’s decision if they are not addressed.

pdf Report Coal and Climate in Kalimantan 2013 Populær

Valgte emner er Klima, Kull, Olje 7073 nedlastninger

More than 18 billion kroners earned on Norwegian oil is invested in companies involved in Indonesian coal production. Indonesia's coal production has increased fourfold over the last ten years, with severe impact on environment, soil and development, according to this investigation by Future in our hands (Framtiden i våre hender).