University of Oxford launches green finance prize

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Up to £50,000 up for grabs for green finance researchers and not-for-profits

The University of Oxford has announced a new prize which will award up to £50,000 annually to researchers and innovators working on "greening" the global financial system. Nominations for candiates...

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