In this April 2016 interim report, NRDC, CEEW and IREDA explain that a green bond is a fixed-income financial instrument for raising capital through the debt market, like traditional corporate bonds. The key difference is that green bonds raise funds for projects with environmental benefits, such as renewable energy, low carbon transport or climate adaptation. This report lays out strategies and recommendations to help strengthen and expand the nascent market for green bonds in India.
American Green Bank Consortium | May 209
Climate Policy Initiative and IRENA | January 2018
Climate Policy Initiative | January 2018
Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank and Green Bank Network | December 2017
Inter-American Development Bank | September 2017
Climate Policy Initiative and Inter-American Development Bank | September 2017
Green and Resilience Banks: How the Green Investment Bank Model Can Scale Up Climate Finance in Emerging Markets
Climate Finance Advisors, Coalition for Green Capital, and NRDC | November 2016
International Renewable Energy Agency | June 2016
Perspectivas del Financiamiento del las Energías Limpias en Chile: ¿Oportunidades para los Bancos Verdes y los Bonos Verdes?
Natural Resources Defense Council | Abril 2016