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Green Bonds Market 2020

2020 Issuance
(aligned with CBI definitions)
$207.1bn
Labelled green bonds aligned with CBI definitions
$157.6bn
Labelled green bonds not aligned with CBI definitions (and excluded from 2019 Issuance)
$103.0bn
Jan
$17.5bn

Feb
$19.7bn

Mar
$5.3bn

Apr
$18.9bn

May
$16.5bn

Jun
$19.7bn

Jul
$21.9bn

Aug
$14.9bn

Sep
$36.8bn

Oct
$24.4bn

Nov
$11.5bn

Dec

$265.4bn
2020 Estimate
$350bn

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Nov 25, 2020

Time: 09:00 London / 15:00 Ho Chi Minh / 16:00 Singapore/ 16:00 Manila

The session will present the results of a study conducted by Astris Finance, TCX Fund and Climate Bonds Initiative on the pricing of hedging instruments for local currency projects funded by offshore capital. Panelists will discuss the potential problems associated with these instruments, in particular in underdeveloped markets and potential offsets and solutions.

Join us for this for this online discussion with experts in the field.

Nov 26, 2020

11:00 São Paulo / 14:00 London / 19:30 Delhi / 22:00 Singapore

UNDP & the GEF bring you a two Day event to discuss Financial Aggregation for small-scale low carbon assets in developing countries. Discussion for Day 1 will be bring you the State of the Market & the opportunities & barrier in the developing economies.

Nov 26, 2020

3:00 PM Manila & Singapore / 4:00 PM Tokyo / 6:00 PM Sydney

 

The role of infrastructure in the Philippines is critical to promoting sustainable economic growth, improving regional connectivity, and achieving low-carbon climate solutions in the country.

Nov 27, 2020

11:00 São Paulo / 14:00 London / 19:30 Delhi / 22:00 Singapore

Day 2 of the Programme on Financial Aggregation for small-scale low carbon assets will focus on finding solutions & bringing case studies from around the world. This event is brought to you by UNDP & the GEF.

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