Partners of the Climate
Investment Summit 2020
Partners of the Climate Investment Summit play an integral role in building the momentum for scaling up global climate investments to help achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement and assist in ensuring a green economic recovery is fulfilled.
Over the coming months, Climate Investment Summit is gathering a range of partners from the finance, business and public sectors who are seeking to share their thought leadership and solutions to help impact the climate finance agenda and mobilise climate action.
To learn more about becoming a partner of the Climate Investment Summit, contact us.
Climate Investment Coalition
The Climate Investment Summit is a key milestone in the Climate Investment Coalition Roadmap for mobilising private climate investments leading towards COP26 and throughout 2020-2030.
Founding Partners of the Climate Investment Coalition
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.