This webinar provides a brief overview of the topic of green bonds, barriers for international debt capital markets to invest in a consistent manner into emerging markets, how aggregation of project assets and refinancing through proceeds of green bonds can accelerate NDC implementation. It considers structures that can be designed for replication across countries. This is accompanied by three inspiring examples of how such investment structures can work in practice.

For information on UNDP's work on Green Bonds see here. For a quick primer on Green Bonds see here.   

WHEN: July 17, 2018 at 8h GMT+1 / 16h Tokyo GMT+9
REGISTRATION: click here

Moderator:
Alexandra Soezer and James Vener, Climate Change Technical Specialists, UNDP

Presenters:
Green Bonds to Accelerate NDC Implementation In Developing Countries - Junji Hatano, CEO, Carbon Partners Asiatica 
Introduction to the Paris Climate Bond Concept and Case Study Projects - Daniel Rossetto, CEO Climate Mundial and Co-Founder of Paris Climate Bond
Overview of the Nigerian Maiden Sovereign Green Bond - Eugene Itua, CEO Natural Eco Capital

The Webinar was co-organized by the UNDP NDC Support Programme, Carbon Partners Asiatica, Climate Mundial and Natural Eco Capital.
 

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When         July 17, 2018 at 16h Tokyo

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