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Climate mitigation reflects ESG growth

Updated: Jan 7

Markets frequently provide investment and profitability even under challenging circumstances; they are also essential to funding resilience, energy transition, and climate solutions necessary to mobilize private, corporate, and government debt at scale.

Equity markets show a basis for value

“Governments and companies are expected to issue $500 billion in green debt in 2021, according to a projection from Swedish bank SEB. The IMF estimates that there are now more than 1,500 equity funds with an explicit sustainability mandate and investors are buying stocks in companies with a good track record on ESG issues.” - Industry Leaders Magazine

Melody Hobson, Co-CEO and President of Ariel Investments, including the first black woman as board chair of Starbucks, proclaims Warren Buffett's memorable statement - "Markets are stronger than governments".

As public interests and financial markets pursue sustainable economic recovery, both should include unique preferences for increasing validity and the expansion of green finance tools to local governance initiatives.

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