Nina Lagron: At the top is the carbon leakage, because 30 percent of global CO2 emissions come from the burning of fossil energy sources. The second most important is transportation, which accounts for about 20 percent of emissions. And then there is agriculture. The meat production would have to be significantly reduced.
WORLD: What does all this have to do with the investment?
Lagron: The investor faces two challenges. On the one hand, the question arises for certain plants how long they can survive. This is especially true for companies that operate in the field of fossil fuels. On the other hand, the question is which companies will benefit from this change. On the one hand, we rely on companies that want to significantly reduce their huge carbon footprint. On the other hand, we are counting on the trailblazers of change, the companies that provide the technical means to do so.
WORLD: Which are your top three?