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Funding the great build-back: where investments will be greenest

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In a new Insight Briefing from Environment Analyst, we compare the post-pandemic investment and stimulus plans of different governments worldwide, including their sustainability credentials, which will frame future opportunities for the environmental industry sector.

The report, entitled ‘Funding the build-back: where investments will be greenest’, brings perspectives and analysis from the sustainable investment and financial community, including Environmental Financial Consulting Group (EFCG) and S&P Global Ratings.

STRATEGIC MEMBERS MAY DOWNLOAD THE REPORT HERE

‘Funding the build-back: where investments will be greenest - report cover

Themes addressed include:

  • The most promising green shoots - how the world’s largest economies are planning to build back better
  • A deep dive into the commitments of the EU and its ‘Next generation’ stimulus package
  • Whether some national responses to COVID-19 will lead to negative environmental impacts
  • The 'Green stimulus index' from Vivid Economics - which compares the sustainable and unsustainable contributions to pandemic recovery packages, by country
  • Funding structures and incentives, including the role of energy transition

The five-page pdf is available exclusively to Environment Analyst Strategic Members, who should have already received an email with password and log-in details to download from our report library. 

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For queries about accessing this report or any others from Environment Analyst, please contact the customer sales team on tel: +44 (0)203 637 2191 and email: sales@environment-analyst.com. For editorial queries please contact Liz Trew on email: liz@environment-analyst.com, tel: (0)1743 818 2106

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