Policy and Regulation, Sector Focus

Indian financial sector falling behind country’s climate ambitions, says study

A new report finds that India’s major financial institutions have limited understanding of environmental issues such as greenhouse gas emissions or transition risks. Indian financial institutions are making limited efforts to manage low-carbon transition risks and are lending heavily to greenhouse gas emitters, according to a new study. Just four ...

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