Investors call on governments to fire up green bond market

Will Nichols
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Companies including Aviva and Zurich say a pipeline of projects that can be financed by green bonds is needed

Aviva, Zurich, and BNP Paribas are among a group of investors with a combined $2.24tr of assets under management calling on governments and corporates to help accelerate the growth of the green bond market....

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