Green bonds use encouraged in Dominican Republic
06/26/2018 Since 3 years

With the aim of fostering the use of climate finance as a financial tool in Dominican Republic, and in order to have access to the Initiative for the Development of Green Bonds and Climate Financing, the Cifal Argentina (International Training Center for Authorities and Leaders), a United Nations entity dependent of Unitar (United Nations Institute for Training and Research), is promoting in the country the development of local capacities through the Center for Agricultural and Forestry Development (Cedaf).

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