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Trillions of dollars of investment will be needed over the next decade to combat climate change. HSBC is committed to playing its part – enabling investors to make informed choices and encouraging the green bond market to grow.
Zoe Knight, Head of HSBC’s Climate Change Centre of Excellence, talks about the COP 22 climate change conference in Marrakech and how it could boost international efforts to mitigate climate change.
The proceeds of HSBC’s first-ever green bond are supporting projects in 10 countries.
China is well placed to be a global leader in the fight against climate change, according to HSBC's Helen Wong but securing new investment will be vital for the country to meet its environmental goals.
Trillions of dollars are needed to fund green infrastructure projects, says HSBC’s Spencer Lake.
HSBC joins a consortium of institutions aiming to invest USD8 billion in clean energy.
HSBC has received accreditation to work with the United Nations’ Green Climate Fund.
Investor demand is driving the development of low-carbon finance, says Stuart Gulliver.
Private and public bodies must work together to combat climate change, says Stuart Gulliver.
The green bond market has the potential to help China evolve into a low-carbon economy.
HSBC is helping to draft new guidelines on socially and environmentally responsible investment.