Christine Lagarde to aim ECB's bazooka at green bonds as climate change mitigation tops her agenda

In the event that Christine Lagarde becomes new President of the ECB, she plans to move climate high up on the agenda. One way to do that is through green bonds.

French President-designate of the European Central Bank (ECB) Christine Lagarde (R) speaks prior's to attend a European Parliament's Committee on Economic Affairs with the Vice chair of Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs Ludek Niedermayer (L) at the EU Parliament, in Brussels, on September 4, 2019. | Photo: JOHN THYS/AFP / AFP


All institutions in the EU ought to include climate change mitigation in their work, says Christine Lagarde, a candidate to replace Mario Draghi as President of the European Central Bank.

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