NGO and asset manager urge shipping industry to invest in green initiatives

Shipping lines should invest in green initiatives to future-proof their business, urge German NGO NABU and Dutch asset manager NN Investment Partners. Both of them are looking for investors to transform polluting companies from within.

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Carriers should invest in green initiatives to ensure their future business from resisting or postponing the transition to a green economy.

The call comes from German environmental organization Nabu and Dutch asset manager NN Investment Partners, both of which are actively engaged in the efforts to strengthen companies' green transition through the agency of the shareholders.

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