IMF lays out role for investment funds to green economy

Climate change

Investment funds can play a role in boosting the transition to a greener global economy, says the International Monetary Fund.

This is especially the case for funds with a sustainability focus, say authors Fabio Natalucci Felix Suntheim, and Jérôme Vandenbussche. They calculate the transition to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions requires additional investment of $20 trillion over the next 20 years. Delivering the funding requires unprecedented changes for both governments and companies.


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