Webinars: Australia – Green Bonds & Green Infrastructure Investment in the spotlight

400+ projects & assets that will help Australia meet its Paris Goals – Can they be financed? Are Green Bonds the answer? 


Climate Bonds is hosting two webinars to discuss our recently launched 'Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities - Australia & New Zealand' report. 

The GIIO report is a first of its kind for Australia and was jointly sponsored by ANZ, CBA, the CEFC, Macquarie Group, NAB and Westpac.


A Green Finance Agenda

The webinars will highlight the possible paths for Australia to finance its low carbon transition and the increased engagement arounf green finance required between the public sector, project owners, asset managers and superannuation (pension) funds. 

Speakers will also discuss the 400+ infrastructure projects and assets identified in the report that are considered green and qualify for refinancing, additional financing or new financing, across four major sectors:

  • Low carbon transport 
  • Renewable energy 
  • Sustainable water & waste management 
  • Green buildings sectors 


The webinars come in the wake of the just announced record size AUD1.8bn NSW TCorp Certified green bond that includes two of the major low carbon transport projects on the 400+ infrastructure list. 


Webinar 1 – Australasia/US audience


Date: Tuesday 20th November

Time: 10:30am – 11:30am AEDT, Tuesday


China: 07:30 – 08:30 CST (20th November, Tuesday)

USA EST: 18:30 – 19:30  (19th November, Monday)

USA PST: 15:30 – 16:30  (19th November, Monday)


Register here


Webinar 2 – European audience


Date: Tuesday 20th November

Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm GMT, Tuesday


Europe: 12:30pm – 13:30 CET

China: 19:30 – 20:30 CST

Australia: 22:30 – 23:30 AEDT


Register here



  • Bridget Boulle: Climate Bonds Head of Global Trends
  • Kristiane Davidson: Report Lead Author and Climate Bonds Consultant 
  • Haran Siva: Climate Bonds Senior Advisor – Australia


In the meantime, read our recent reports focusing on Australia & NZ:







Look out for Climate Bonds Webinars between now and Xmas. Low Carbon Buildings, CBI Green Definitions & Taxonomies, Green Bond Pricing and EU TEG update and more to come. Our Twitter feed always has more details. 


‘Till next time, 


Climate Bonds 



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