‘Green banking’: The role of banks in sustainability and climate change
08/13/2018 Since 2 years
It is evident the influence that access to financial capital has on the development of the different activities and projects that we carry out daily as individuals or societies. Within sustainability issues awareness has been risen regarding the need to mobilize and make available this capital in order to influence the development of a more viable planet in the long term.
Adalberto Padilla’s opinion article (Edition 164 – Energía Hoy) .- Mr. Padilla is currently a consultant in Climate Finance, energy efficiency and structuring of sustainable projects.
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