Climate Bonds Blog

Posted: Apr 11, 2019 by Andrew Whiley

Reviewers Sought

Posted: Apr 9, 2019 by Mariana Caminha

Expert groups convene to begin first round of discussions for the development of new Criteria


Posted: Apr 9, 2019 by Andrew Whiley

CBI Certification means “Dark Green” says Finance Minister: Long term DSTA target of EUR10bn in GBs: Issuance in May 

The DSTA Statement 

Posted: Apr 8, 2019 by Andrew Whiley
Guest Viewpoint: Manuel Adamini, Sean Flannery, Toby Heaps and Eloy Lindeijer​

(First published March 2019 in Pensioen Pro: Opinie | Nodig grijze bedrijven uit voor het groene obligatiefeest) Published April 2019 (IPE Magazine)

Posted: Apr 8, 2019 by Louise Patzdorf


In a move to help advance green infrastructure development in South Africa, Fedgroup has become a signatory to the international Green Bond Pledge


Posted: Apr 7, 2019 by Mariana Caminha

Brazil’s Agriculture Industry will need to leverage private capital. There's an urgent need to change the way the agri sector is financed in Brazil.


What’s it all about?

Posted: Apr 2, 2019 by Andrew Whiley

Our team is going to be part of a series of events and here is your guide on who's where.

April log is heavy on events across the United States but we have team members participating across the globe in training, capacity building and development forums for green finance.

If you would like a chance to engage and meet with the team here is how the month of April looks like for Climate Bonds.


Posted: Apr 2, 2019 by Andrew Whiley

Climate Bonds Certified Green Bond, a Landmark Step in Development of African Green Bond Markets



Posted: Apr 1, 2019 by Sean Kidney

President Trump tweeted “It’s going to be tremendous! We’re going to cover the whole thing in those solar panel things, and they'll power all the spotlights we’re going to use”.

He further tweeted “We’re even going to build in batteries from that electric car guy, Elon Mosque. Say, he isn’t muslim is he?”

The US Treasury is understood to be targeting a USD3 billion placement, with the proceeds allocated to a first portion of the new wall in Arizona.

The White House announcement also specified that only recycled timber and low-carbon cement would be used, and that windows through the wall would all be triple-glazed. A spokesperson denied rumours that the wall would also be washed green.

Posted: Mar 31, 2019 by Mariana Caminha

Expert groups to commence development of science-based low carbon and climate resilient screening tool for agriculture investments



Agri TWG & IWG start the Process