Climate plans of large Dutch banks, insurers and pension funds fall seriously short
The climate plans of major Dutch financial institutions such as ING, Nationale Nederlanden and PFZW are seriously lacking. Their current plans are of insufficient quality to demonstrate they are in line with the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C, as agreed in the UN climate agreements of Paris and Glasgow.
This is the primary finding from new research published today by Fair Finance Guide Netherlands, which looks at the climate plans of the ten largest Dutch banks, insurers and pension funds.
Read the full study here.