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I’ve been chairing the seventh OECD Forum on Green Finance and Investment this week - online, of course - based around the title of financing a during and post-Covid-19 green recovery.
It’s a high-level political/economic affair in terms of speakers with a good turn-out of more than 3,000 sign ups, and excellent insight into the top line of policy/regulatory activities. There’s still time to join if you haven’t already before it ends on Friday, or to watch sessions on playback when the event finishes at the OECD Centre on Green Finance & Investment.
The conference was given a topical edge by featuring a number of country finance minister speakers who will also meet on October 12 as the 52 members of the Coalition of Finance Ministers for Climate Action.
More of which later.
One way, of course, of financing (or de-finan…