Financial pledges made this year to tackle climate change might seem worthy of a legacy: nations made major climate funding promises, committed to end the public financing of fossil fuel projects by 2022, and devoted billions of dollars to protect forests.
However, whether these commitments become reality remains to be seen, and it is up to individuals to demand that policymakers and business leaders follow through with these plans. Read through Landscape News‘ best finance articles from this year to get informed on the essentials of sustainable finance.
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