Trading Venues Aim to Unlock Value of Green Bonds

Tech providers are looking for ways to increase liquidity in climate bonds, a tiny but fast-growing corner of the fixed-income universe.

In 2007, a historic document landed on the desks of leaders around the globe. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, assembled by the United Nations Environment Programme and the World Meteorological Organization, had published a report providing scientific data showing that it was “very likely” that human action was directly linked to climate change. The impact of industrialization on the climate would have to be addressed, and governments would have to take action to lessen the carbon

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