GreenStream signs the Principles for Responsible Investment

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The Principles for Responsible Investments are an integral part of GreenStream’s business, as the Company’s vision is a world where climate change is sustainable. GreenStream is a leading Northern European company, which provides investment opportunities in renewable and carbon markets, intermediary services in environmental markets and advise organisations whose business is affected by emissions and certificates trading and companies acting on the markets.

“We believe that the values of GreenStream and Responsible Investments are very close to each other and we believe that we can assist and share information with the other Signatories on important environmental issues. Our expectations from becoming a PRI signatory are enhanced collaboration, networking with companies who share the same values as our Company is built upon and hopefully also to be able to provide guidance and examples of best practises.” Says GreenStream’s CFO Minna Andberg.
The Principles for Responsible Investment
The PRI Initiative, convened by UNEP FI and the UN Global Compact, was established as a framework to help investors achieve better long-term investment returns and sustainable markets through better analysis of environmental, social and governance issues in investment process and the exercise of responsible ownership practices. The Principles themselves, a full list of signatories and more information can be found at

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