Australia should become a centre of excellence in the design, and implementation of green finance based on its ability to create reporting and methodology systems such as the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS), according to Sean Kidney, CEO of the Climate Bonds Initiative.
“Let’s face it, we are filthy rich in Australia, we should be using our resources to get it right and get things done and then share that knowledge on how to get things done,” Kidney said. “This should be the centre of R&D for the new green economy.”
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