New legislation that would create a National Climate Bank has been introduced in the US Senate last July
08/28/2019 Since 1 year
The National Climate Bank to be created will prioritize and incentivize investments in projects that significantly reduce carbon emissions across the entire economy by leveraging public and private funds to invest in clean technologies and infrastructure. The introduction of the US National Climate Bank Act constitutes a boost for green banks worldwide.
Source: National Climate Bank Act of 2019.
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