World Bank Green Bond Factsheet
World Bank Green Bond Newsletter
World Bank Interview on Canada's Business News Network (BNN)
About World Bank Green Bonds
In 2008, the World Bank launched the "Strategic Framework for Development and Climate Change" to help stimulate and coordinate public and private sector activity to combat climate change. The World Bank Green Bonds is an example of the kind of innovation the World Bank is trying to encourage within this framework.
Benefits to Investors
World Bank Green Bonds are an opportunity to invest in climate solutions through a high quality credit fixed income product. More
World Bank green projects, like all World Bank projects, are designed to reduce poverty and improve local economies, but specifically focus on tackling climate change issues that directly impact developing countries.
World Bank Green Bond Video: "Overview of the World Bank (IBRD) Green Bond"
Since the inaugural issue in 2008, the World Bank has issued approximately USD 3.5 billion in Green Bonds through 55 transactions and 17 currencies. More
Publications about World Bank Green Bonds
Learn more about how the World Bank and its member countries address climate change as a development challenge. More