Climate Bonds Blog

Posted: Apr 8, 2021 by Liam Jones

Separating sheep from goats – using green taxonomies to make Indian agriculture resilient to climate change

The expression perfect storm is a cosy sounding oxymoron. It refers to a peculiar juxtaposition of unlikely circumstances that magnify the impact of a misfortune. But the consequences are never perfect. As we see with COVID-19, perfect storms have the potential to lay waste not just to a sector or a geography but to whole economies.

Posted: Apr 4, 2021 by Mariana Caminha

 

 

From the UK to Brazil to Australia: Climate Bonds staff at webinars, online conferences and green bond training courses will still be appearing.

Posted: Mar 30, 2021 by Leena Fatin

Doubling sovereign Issuance... Doubling sovereign Issuers... Climate finance objectives pre - and post-COP26

 

Posted: Mar 30, 2021 by Mariana Caminha

Contributions can be made on the BCB website until Friday April 23rd

 

The Banco Central do Brasil (BCB) has opened a public consultation on two draft regulations that define sustainability criteria to be applied to rural credit operations.

Posted: Mar 29, 2021 by Leena Fatin

 

Increased cooperation to promote greening of Lujiazui's asset management industry and support green development of Lujiazui Financial City

On 26 March, at the government office building of the Shanghai Pudong New District, Yang Chao, the Deputy District Mayor and Lv Jinzhong, the Director of the Research and Statistics Department of the People’s Bank of China, Shanghai Head Office unveiled the Shanghai Office of the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI).

Posted: Mar 24, 2021 by Liam Jones

2020 marks another record year for Japan, growing by a third as the market gets green light on Covid-recovery: Latest Collaboration with Green Bond Issuance Promotion Platform

 

Posted: Mar 10, 2021 by Liam Jones

DMO set to offer up to 15bn in Green Gilts to the market, as it gears up to be one of the world’s biggest green bond issuance programmes

Posted: Feb 5, 2021 by Leena Fatin

Opportunity for public & private investment to deliver agri-resilience in India

The world has watched farmers protest on the outskirts of New Delhi, since November, standing against India’s new farm legislation rushed through Parliament months earlier. 

Protesting farmers are concerned these reforms represent an effort by government to scale back its role in food markets and throw them into the jaws of corporations. At the heart of these protests is the issue of high level of risks associated with farming in India as farmers are subject to low and volatile incomes.