Maturing businesses look to SDGs, Paris Agreement for green guidance

By |december 4th, 2019|green bonds, News, Paolo Gentiloni|

Greener business models are starting to gain in popularity, as environmental legislation starts to bite and company heads decide their balance sheets will look healthier in the long-run if they embrace change.

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Maturing businesses look to SDGs, Paris Agreement for green guidance

By |december 4th, 2019|green bonds, News, Paolo Gentiloni|

Greener business models are starting to gain in popularity, as environmental legislation starts to bite and company heads decide their balance sheets will look healthier in the long-run if they embrace change.

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French banks still fund coal despite finance minister’s plea

By |november 15th, 2019|Bruno Le Maire, climate finance, coal phase-out, finance climatique, France, green bonds, News|

A year ago, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire urged French banks, insurers and asset managers to stop funding any mines or coal plants. Two weeks before the Climate Finance Day (28 November, Paris), a group of NGOs published a report urging them t...

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Investors demand binding EU measures to shield from climate risks

By |september 20th, 2019|Companies, European Parliament, Germany, green bonds, Investoren, investors, News, Stock Exchange, stocks, Unternehmen|

More and more investors are making their investment decisions based on climate risks and whether investments are sustainable. Although Brussels lawmakers are working on making the valuation of companies more uniform in the EU taxonomy, the financial in...

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European Central Bank should ‘gradually eliminate’ carbon assets, Lagarde says

By |september 5th, 2019|Christine Lagarde, European Central Bank, green bonds, green deal, News|

The European Central Bank should phase out climate-warming investments by preferring green bonds, Christine Lagarde said as she pitched to become the bank’s first female president.

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France returns to top of global green bond ranking

By |junij 26th, 2019|ENGIE, France, green bonds, Green finance, News|

With more than €15 billion worth of green bonds issued since January, France has become a leader of green finance, ahead of the US and the Netherlands. EURACTIV's partner La Tribune reports.

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EU expert group drives sustainable finance’s mainstreaming two steps ahead

By |junij 18th, 2019|Climate benchmark, European Commission, European Parliament, European Union, green bonds, Green finance, low carbon economy, News, sustainable finance, Taxonomy|

European sustainable finance got an additional boost on Tuesday (18 June), following the release of three reports by the Technical Expert Group on sustainable finance (TEG) focusing on taxonomy, green bonds standards and climate benchmarks.

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Sustainable financing can no longer operate as a niche, German finance expert says

By |junij 6th, 2019|Aktionäre, Deutsche Boerse, Germany, green bonds, Kristina Jeromin, News, Shareholder Activism, shares, sustainable financing|

In an interview with EURACTIV Germany, Deutsche Börse Group's head of sustainability management, Kristina Jeromin, spoke about the increasing involvement of shareholders in the activities of their respective companies and explained why she considers 'Greenwashing' accusations to be destructive.

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A two-speed approach to sustainable finance?

By |marec 15th, 2018|green bonds, Green finance, News, sustainable finance|

Europe is quickly adopting an imbalanced, two-speed approach to sustainable finance, in which the "green" is moving much faster than the "social". Eleni Choidas look into whether it is even possible to have one without the other.

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Europe takes first step toward clarifying booming “green” finance

By |marec 8th, 2018|green bonds, News, sustainable finance, Valdis Dombrovskis|

European Commission unveiled its highly expected action plan on sustainable finance aiming at clarifying what could be labelled as ‘green’ investment and potentially benefit financial entities by lowering capital requirements.

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