Former BoE governor: the colour of money is now green
Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the sustainability revolution must come from private sector
Private capital will need to go green in the post-pandemic era, according to Mark Carney, the former governor of the Bank of England.
Carney told a virtual event held as part of Ireland’s Climate Finance Week that a green recovery from Covid-19 was the only way forward.
“In an environment coming out of Covid-19, we are going to need investment, and it is not all going to come from the public sector. In...
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