The momentum for the issuance of green bonds is continuing to build, in Australia and around the world, according to Sean Kidney, CEO of the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI).
Kidney has been in Australia this week to speak on international green finance trends and green bond directions. So far in 2017, there has been US$54.4 billion in green bond issuance aligned with the CBI’s definitions, with May posting the highest month at US$12.19 billion.
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