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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.
Green bonds have an important part to play in tackling climate change, says HSBC’s John Flint.
The bank will stop financing new coal-fired power as it works to support a low-carbon economy.
The Belt and Road Initiative could be a chance to showcase high standards in sustainable design.
The move to a post-fossil fuel world needs a major shift in infrastructure, says Stephen King.
Climate change is a risk that no long-term investor can afford to ignore, says Stephanie Maier.
The money raised will support projects with social, economic and environmental benefits.
Businesses are stepping up their efforts to combat climate change, says HSBC’s Zoe Knight.
Bank to provide USD100 billion in financing to tackle climate change and support sustainable growth.
Green bonds have a vital role to play in helping to tackle climate change, says Gordon French.
How can national power networks adapt as renewable energy becomes more widespread?