Investing for the climate in Asia
Are “green finance” and climate change gaining traction in the Asian financial sector? We reviewed the practices of 88 leading financial institutions across Asia-Pacific to find out.
We discovered growing momentum: 28 per cent of banks and 30 per cent of investors have incorporated climate change into their respective policies.
This report was commissioned by the AIGCC with support from ANZ in 2016.
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