More funding is needed to implement the Sustainable Development Objectives
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The finance gap in developing countries is approximately 2.6 billion dollars. Those resources are needed to invest in health, education, roads, electricity, and water and sewerage. The UN Secretary General warned that, if measures are not promptly taken, the international community will not be able to achieve the 2030 Agenda. He also stated that it is necessary to increase the impact of investments and establish a policy framework to create a favourable business environment, as well as to benefit from new finance vehicles such as green bonds.

The Development Bank of Minas Gerais (BDMG) is preparing to raise about $100 million in green bonds, with support from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
The BDMG presents on Tuesday a framework, document that details the the scope of companies or projects that can be targeted for funding, a preview of the funding itself, which should be released in the coming months. ...
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BNDES Energy Efficiency Fund will receive a contribution of R$30million from the Procel
Resources reduce the risk of default assumed by lenders FGEnergia should leverage with a guarantee R$ 200 million to projects in the country.
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Rocky Mountain Institute partners with top banks to deliver new Center for Climate-Aligned Finance
Four of the world’s largest banks – Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Bank of America – have teamed up with leading US environmental non-profit The Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) to launch a new Center f...
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