Customers of Nordea's digital banking services are from today being offered a facility that can provide information on their individual carbon footprints, as part of the Nordic banking group's response to climate change risk. Some 3 million out of Nordea's 9 million customers can currently make use of the service. Customers can follow their CO2 impact through Nordea Mobile and Nordea Wallet that enable them to track their payment card spending, the bank states. The information is based on the Åland Index developed by the Bank of Åland in Finland. The index calculates an approximate...
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