Green Bank Design Summit: Developing nations join forces to explore green bank plans

James Murray
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Green Bank Design Summit: Developing nations join forces to explore green bank plans

Officials from two dozen countries that are together responsible for 43 per cent of global carbon emissions are to attend a Paris Summit designed to accelerate green finance flows

A host of the world's largest emerging and developing economies are to jointly explore how dedicated green banks could help deliver billions of dollars of low carbon investment to support the national...

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