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  • FRIDAY WORLD, January 14:
  • Global Leaders Name Climate Crisis World’s Biggest Risk
  • New Energy’s New Storage Options

    Friday, December 03, 2021

    Money For New Energy

    Sustainable banking is an important part of addressing climate change; Sustainable banks drove a record amount of clean energy investment last year.

    November 30, 2021 (Grist)

    “…[T]he financial industry will play a major role in meeting climate targets…Green banks – financial institutions or facilities dedicated to accelerating the shift to a sustainable economy – drove a record amount of clean energy investment last year…[According to RMI’s 2020 State of Green Banks report,] total investment in clean energy was $7 billion...[and green] lending currently represents less than 2% of all loans globally.

    …To hit the U.N.’s emission reduction target of capping global warming at 2 degrees Celsius, annual global emissions will need to be reduced by 50% within the next decade…[and] renewable energy projects need to reach $5 trillion a year by 2030 to meet these emission targets…[Some financial services providers with a focus on sustainability] won’t put customer funds with banks that invest in the fossil fuel industry, a practice that is common among even private and commercial investment banks pledging to achieve ‘net-zero’ financing…” click here for more

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