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GreenBiz 17 Workshop Slides: "Green and Sustainability Bonds: How Green Are They and How Do They Work?"

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Green bonds use debt to fund environmental and climate change projects and can be issued by cities, NGOs and corporations. Sustainability bonds may fund both environmental and social projects – a hybrid of a green bond and a social bond. This exciting market is growing exponentially — a record $41.8 billion worth of green bonds were issued in 2015, and with significant growth continuing in 2016. Please join us for an engaging discussion with our panel of experts on how these bonds work and their applicability for companies.

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GreenBiz 17 Workshop Slides: "Green and Sustainability Bonds: How Green Are They and How Do They Work?"

  1. 1. sustainability.com London | New York | San Francisco GreenBiz 2017 Green & Sustainability Bonds: How Green are They and How Do They Work?
  2. 2. GREENBIZ 2017 GREEN & SUSTAINABILITY BONDS 2 Annual issuance of green bonds reached a record of $95.1 billion in 2016, up 99% from $47.9 billion in 2015. Green Bonds Are Picking Up Momentum Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  3. 3. GREENBIZ 2017 GREEN & SUSTAINABILITY BONDS 3 Green Bond Proceeds are Well-Diversified Renewable energy and energy efficiency were the largest areas of green bond proceeds in 2016, followed by clean transportation. Source: Moody’s
  4. 4. GREENBIZ 2017 GREEN & SUSTAINABILITY BONDS 4 More Corporations Issuing Green Debt Nonfinancial corporations are issuing green debt to fund sustainable operations for their own companies. Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  5. 5. GREENBIZ 2017 GREEN & SUSTAINABILITY BONDS 5 Panelists & Moderators Drew Wolff VP, Treasurer at Starbucks Coffee Company dwolff@starbucks.com Charlotte Peyraud Senior Advisor,Institutional relations at Sustainalytics charlotte.peyraud@sustainal ytics.com Divya Bendre Associate, Sustainable Finance at HSBC divya.bendre@us.hsbc.com Sarah Wilson Associate, Responsible Investment at TIAA Sarah.Wilson@tiaa.org Christina Wong Senior Manager at SustainAbility wong@sustainability.com Rochelle March Manager,Project Innovation & Design at SustainAbility march@sustainability.com

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