IKEA Foundation donates £4.5m to help drive 'transformative' change to sustainable finance

Michael Holder
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University of Oxford | Credit: iStock
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University of Oxford | Credit: iStock

IKEA charity arm's funding to support four projects led by the University of Oxford's Sustainable Finance Group

The University of Oxford has secured a £4.5m grant from the IKEA Foundation to support several projects aimed at helping the financial sector better understand the impact of their investments on the climate...

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