EIB considers setting climate standards for bank partners
by Jon Hay
June 25, 2020 10:00 PM
The European Investment Bank is going through intense discussions — both internally and externally — about its plan to become the EU’s Climate Bank. NGOs are accusing it of “backtracking” and demanding it sets sustainability criteria for the companies and banks it works with, but the EIB insists it is listening to concerns and will reveal more of its plans later this year.
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