New government-backed climate finance vehicles prepare for market launch

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New government-backed climate finance vehicles prepare for market launch

Innovative investment models backed by US, UK, Danish, Dutch and German governments as well as leading banks will now be piloted in developing countries

A range of pioneering new climate finance investment vehicles are set to be tested in real-world economies after they won the backing of governments and major banking organisations last week. The four...

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