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  • Green finance refers to any kind of financial activity that is geared towards ensuring specific environmental outcomes
  • With the US rejoining the Paris Agreement, and countries across the world renewing their pledges to meet climate targets, there is a growing consensus that the regulatory environment around sustainable financing is only going to become more welcoming
  • In September last year, Climate Action 100+, an initiative supported by 518 institutional investor groups around the world managing over $47 trillion in assets, put 161 companies operating within the fossil fuel, mining and transport space on notice

Speaking at the Qatar Economic Forum last month, India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani discussed his plans to transform each of the units under the behemoth that has come to be Reliance Industries Ltd, as the company sought to achieve a target of net carbon-zero emissions by 2035. ,australia-university-volleyball

bet-victor-southern-league,“We have no option as a society, as a business but to really adopt a sustainable business model. I think that's a prerequisite for every business to survive as we go forward.” Ambani's statement was yet another signal that the issue of climate change was, after years, finally transcending the domain of activism and entering investment circles. 

While Reliance has earmarked roughly INR 750 billion towards achieving its carbon-zero aim within the next decade and a half, Adani Green has also outlined its ambitions to become the world's largest renewable energy company by 2025. But similar signals are emerging across the world from the UK to Kazakhstan to China and Uzbekistan, as investors double down on 'green finance' initiatives. ,mr.green-app

cricket-online-commentary,According to a report published by the British non-profit Climate Bonds Initiative, $106.86 billion worth of green bonds were issued in the three months of January, February and March this year.

Amid all the challenges borne out of the COVID-19 pandemic, global green bond issuance rose to a record high of $269.5 billion in 2020, with the Climate Bonds Initiative report estimating it would touch $2.36 trillion by 2023. In 2020, the report noted that total green bond issuance had already breached the $1 trillion thresholds, representing an impressive 60 per cent growth rate since 2015.

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basketball-hall-of-fame-knoxville,Simply put, green finance refers to any kind of financial activity that is geared towards ensuring specific environmental outcomes. These could include debt instruments, investments, or loans each of which facilitates sustainable projects that seek to mitigate the impact of the climate, or offset the impact that conventional projects cause. Green bonds, it would appear, are growing in their attractive value to companies seeking funding. 

With the US rejoining the Paris Agreement, and countries across the world renewing their pledges to meet climate targets, there is a growing consensus that the regulatory environment around sustainable financing is only going to become more welcoming. ,betfair-exchange-cricket-rates

handball-live-world-championship,For instance, Japan's central bank, last month, announced the launch of its first green investment fund as the country aims to achieve a target of carbon neutrality by 2050. Of the fund, the central bank remarked, “The bank considers that supporting the private sector's efforts on the issues from a central bank's standpoint will contribute to stabilising the macroeconomy in the long run.” 

Whether the COVID-19 pandemic acts as a booster in green financing or otherwise, it is evident that, at least, some sections of the global investor community have begun placing a premium on sustainable business activity even if it may come at the cost of lower returns in the short-term. ,best-nhl-games

cricket-live-betting,In September last year, Climate Action 100+, an initiative supported by 518 institutional investor groups around the world managing over $47 trillion in assets, put 161 companies operating within the fossil fuel, mining and transport space on notice, urging them to adopt more environmentally responsible practices. On the list were the usual suspects like Exxon Mobil, PetroChina, BP, Rio Tinto, Royal Dutch Shell and BlueScope Steel among several others. 

zoom-poker-games,As such, it would appear that the disruptions caused by the pandemic should prompt a further awakening within investment circles, of the importance of implementing best practices that reduce exposure to the existential problem of climate change. 

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