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Time To Mainstream Climate Bonds

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

07-Oct-22 08:00

Time To Mainstream Climate Bonds

Climate Bonds Initiative is an international non-profit organization working to mobilize global capital for climate action. Philip See speaks to Sean Kidney about the development and certification of green bonds, as well as what is required to accelerate its growth as we near COP27.

Produced by: Philip See

Presented by: Philip See


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Tags:  climate bondsglobal capitalclimate changegreen bonds





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