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Japan innovates with climate bonds to fund green technology

Japan, leveraging its technological prowess, has become the first country to issue sovereign bonds specifically for funding climate change initiatives and green technology.

Julian Ryall reports for Deutsche-Welle.

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In a warming world, clean energy stocks fall while oil prospers

The shares of a broad range of clean energy companies have been crushed lately, in a rout that encompasses just about every alternative energy sector, including solar, wind and geothermal power.

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If you’re worried about the climate, move your money

How you consume matters to the planet. How you invest does too.
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If you’re worried about the climate, move your money

How you consume matters to the planet. How you invest does too.
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Banks pouring trillions to fossil fuel expansion in global south, report finds

Developing countries are often on the frontlines of the climate crisis yet lack the resources to enact climate action plans. As such, they require trillions of dollars in aid to decarbonize their economies and adapt to a warming world.

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This bold plan to kick the world’s coal habit might actually work

Novel climate-financing deals are promising to shut off dirty energy plants in developing countries and retrain their staff to work in the green economy.
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Florida could soon become uninsurable—and other states will likely follow

As climate change exacerbates the frequency and severity of events like droughts, floods, tornadoes, and hurricanes in the U.S., the reality Floridians and insurers in the state are working with is quickly changing.

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