Special Report - Thinking Green

  • 1 August 2017
  • Podcasts | Green Finance
During the financial crisis, banks that centred their decisions on the needs of people and the environment proved particularly resilient. Rather than simply avoiding harmful financing enterprises, they sought businesses that actively benefit wider society. As sustainable finance firmly enters the mainstream and pressure mounts for global regulators to "stress-test" portfolios of large institutional investors against long-term environmental objectives, Alexa Robertson reports.