Pensioners in the UK are set to financially benefit from the growth of wind farms in the country.
The Green Investment Group (GIG), owned by Macquarie Capital, has announced plans to develop renewable energy projects in North America for the first time.
Kenya has secured a huge injection of new investment from the World Bank to spend on reducing the impacts of climate change.
Competition to attract the global market in sustainable finance is increasing.
The chief executive of AXA famously remarked last year that a 4 degree world is “uninsurable”.
The world’s leading development banks are spending more than ever on climate mitigation and adaptation projects within emerging economies.
Investment in clean energy must increase by up to 50 percent in some economies to limit global temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
One of the world’s largest reinsurance companies has taken steps to exclude coal from its future investments.
Workplace pension schemes may soon be required to remove their holdings in projects which damage the environment.
Australian investment group Macquarie has offered £500 million to finance green projects.
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