Domino effect of climate action
Climate Action, the Domino Effect of the UN's Key Development Goal

Sustainable Development Goal 13, Climate Action, is a cornerstone for the rest of the goals. It is the single piece that, once set in motion, makes the other dominoes fall.

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Sustainability-Linked Bonds Come With Great Perks for Businesses

Sustainability-linked bonds have key perks for issuers including ensuring the walk-the-talk of sustainability and corporate strategies; use of funds for general corporate purposes; investor attraction and diversification; potential ‘greenium’, and others.

Climate change, also a health issue
Climate Change is Also a Health Issue

Climate change is affecting a number of environmental and social aspects that have direct and indirect impacts on human health. Understanding these impacts can be critical to achieving the objectives of the Paris Agreement.

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Electric Buses Roll Out Challenges and Opportunities for Latin America and the Caribbean

Policy makers are aware of the importance of cutting down on CO2, manufacturers are rolling over new electric buses and private sector investors have appetite to invest in this sector, as demonstrated by recent tenders in Bogotá and Santiago. But there are still road-blocks ahead of a massive roll-out of electric buses.

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Life with an Electric Car: the Bright Side of Driving a Giant, Clean Cellphone

Moving away from a regular vehicle to an electric one is not just a matter of changing where you fill up. It’s a complete shift in mentality that helps the environment and brings you to see things in a new way. Think that an electric car is more like a giant cellphone.

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Green Transmission Lines: Key Asset for the Development of Renewables in the Region

You probably haven't heard yet about a great way to ensure the sustainability of the energy sector: green transmission lines. These lines contribute to decarbonize interconnected national grids and feature top notch social practices.