Investors commit to growing green bond marketBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | WEDNESDAY, 24 SEP 2014 6:25PM
A coalition of investors representing more than US$2 trillion in assets under management have committed to expanding the global market financing climate change solutions.Read more: climate bond, green bond, CTIAM, Climate Bonds Initiative, Sean Kidney, Andra AP-Fonden, AP1, AP2, AP3, AP4, Aviva Investors, BNP Paribas Investment Partners, California Teachers' State Retirement System, CalSTRS, Ceres, Erik Jan van Bergen, Fjarde AP-Fonden, Forsta AP-Fonden, Investor Group on Climate Change, Investor Group on Climate Risk, Mirova, Natixis Asset Management, Pax World Management, Tredje AP-Fonden, UN Climate Summit, Zurich Insurance Group
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