Despite what the United Nations Environment Programme (Unep) calls a "quiet revolution" in finance that supports environmental projects, current momentum is not enough to deliver the transformation the world needs, according to a report by the environmental authority.
Markets are responding to client demand and technological developments to increase the sustainability of their operations and products, offering finance to renewable energy and other 'green' projects. But policy-makers – including
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