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Why green homes could attract cheaper mortgages

Energy efficiency is being matched with lower borrowing rates under new European legislation involving covered bonds

23rd September, 2018

I try to do my bit for the environment, but I do so in the belief that the trajectory of humanity is already set and that we can’t really hope to alter the effects of man on the climate by very much.

This is because significantly altering man’s effects would involve forcing billions of people in developing nations to make choices they might not want to make. For instance, will they pay more...

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