Global Sustainable Debt report: H1 2020 review of green, social, sustainability & pandemic markets
10/22/2020 Since 3 months
Climate Bonds has released the Sustainable Debt Global report, capturing COVID19 pandemic response for H1 2020 from various issuers who have utilised the sustainable debt market to address this major crisis. This report is part of our series of the State of the Market.
This represents an initial step in the expansion of Climate Bonds’ market intelligence to include wider debt labels, which will culminate with the launch of a first social and sustainability bond database later in Q4.
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