Climate Bonds Blog

Posted: Nov 13, 2018 by Andrew Whiley

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. 

Posted: Nov 13, 2018 by Mariana Caminha

Launch-Brazil: State of the Market report; 3rd meeting of Sustainable Agri Committee; Sustainable Infra for Munis Roundtable brings together market leaders and governments to set 2019 green finance action plan

Posted: Nov 7, 2018 by Andrew Whiley

 

Forestry joins expanding suite of sectors available for green bond certification under

Climate Bonds Standard

 

Posted: Nov 2, 2018 by Andrew Whiley

 環境金融(グリーンファイナンス)促進に向けてのネットワーク立ち上げ

Takada, Sueyoshi, & Tamaki establish Green Finance Network Japan (GFNJ):

High profile multi-stakeholder membership; Strong ambitions 

Posted: Nov 1, 2018 by Andrew Whiley

Flagship Report Launch in Sydney – Green finance market update

Directions for Domestic Issuers and Investors

 

Posted: Oct 31, 2018 by Alan Meng

Check out the latest quarterly developments and trends of the Chinese green bond market 

Full versions in both English & Chinese is available here.

 

Posted: Oct 31, 2018 by Mariana Caminha

A busy November for the Climate Bonds team in the Americas, Europe & Asia.

We continue the series of national launches of the 2018 State of the Market Report, this time in Brazil!

If you wish to join us in São Paulo on November 8th, please email Mariana Caminha: mariana.caminha@climatebonds.net 

Posted: Oct 31, 2018 by Andrew Whiley

The latest in the series of “Green Bond Pricing in the Primary Market” reports

 

The 6th publication is now available which identifies H1 (Q1-Q2) 2018 as the first period in which green bonds have performed better than vanilla equivalents in both EUR and USD in terms of having larger book cover and greater spread compression. 17 out of 23 EUR green bonds, and 6 out of 6 USD bonds had larger oversubscription than vanilla equivalents.