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Environmental Reporting

Environmental reporting 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
Emissions tonnes CO2e 26 983 29 342 37 357 35 444 41 715
Energy consumption MWh 105 425 114 658 116 335 130 368 151 207
Electricity consumption in our offices
(MWh)
57 598 65 379 66 158 68 313 80 785
Renewable electricity as a share of total
electricity consumption (%)
90 82 69 72 67
Recycled waste (tonnes) 406 401 473 634 636
Incinerated waste (tonnes) 335 317 312 383 586
Landfill waste (tonnes) 276 220 363 344 299
Water consumption m3/FTE 8 7 8 9 11
Paper consumption tonnes 1 184 1 075 929 1 035 979
Fixed Income Products 2018 2017 2016

Issuing institute for green bonds (number)

30

12

8

Issuing institute for green bonds (SEKbn)

28.5

7.8

 

Issuing institute for green bonds, total compiled from the start (SEKbn)

56.7

28.2

20.4

Share of green bonds vs. total value of fixed income products issued (%)

12.2

 

 

Green Lending LC&I 2018

Total volume of green loans (SEKm)

9.7
Total volume of loans to the public excluding repos & SNDO (SEKm) 220
Share of green loans vs total credit/loan business excluding repos & SNDO (%) 4.4
Climate footprint of selected funds compared with their respective indexes¹ tonnes CO2e/SEKm, fund tonnes CO2e/SEKm, index
Three largest funds (assets under management, SEKm)
– Allemansfond Komplett (59 087) 5 23
– Aktiefond Pension (43 916) 29 23
– Kapitalinvest (36 586) 7 23
Regional equity funds (assets under management, SEKm)
– Sverigefond (14 148) 16 9
– Europafond (9 837) 29 26
– Globalfond (24 510) 10 29
– Amerikafond (8 723) 9 22
– Asienfond (4 032) 36 48

¹ The calculations are based on fund holdings as of 30 June 2017. Footprint of the fund in relation to footprint of the fund’s comparative index.

Virtual meetings 2016 2015
Peer-to-peer sessions (million) 6.7 6.1
Conferences (thousand) 295 246