Neon unveils green bank account to boost sustainable banking
Swiss FinTech Neon has introduced a sustainable bank account for its customers available through its mobile app.
What is Green Finance?
Two years ago IISD began working with Chinese authorities to focus on how reforms to the financial system could speed the transition to green development. At the time, green finance was regarded at best as a curiosity—as a niche operation that, as has happened elsewhere, might create a satisfactory trickle of investment into green projects. As this work progressed, however, the topic began to move rapidly from the blurred edges of the radar screen to the centre of attention.
IISD’s most recent contribution to the field, Greening China’s Financial System, was launched at the China Development Forum, the country’s top annual policy event, in March 2015.
Watch how green finance can help drive investment in the right direction.
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Responsible banking: Together for a sustainable future
We understand. That we have to change course now. That companies have to stand together for a green future. That the world needs sustainable changes. Raiffeisen Bank International is a proud pioneer of #responsiblebanking in Austria.
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Does your bank plant trees when you use your card? Sustainable banking accounts offer a variety of features and help you do your part for the environment
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Richard Kauffman, ’83, NY Green Bank: Can Green Banks Scale Clean Energy?
full story: https://insights.som.yale.edu/insights/can-green-banks-scale-clean-energy
Green banks offer a means to bring policy and finance together to expand the low-carbon economy. Richard Kauffman ’83 explains how the New York Green Bank has made possible $1.5 billion in clean energy projects that wouldn’t otherwise have happened.