Green America

For The Climate Safe Lending Network

  • Amount
    $400,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    6/15/2021
  • Term
    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
The goal of Climate Safe Lending (CSL) is to transform the global bank lending system to align with the goals of the Paris Climate Accord by making bank lending in North America and Europe consistent with net-zero emissions by 2050. At CSL, financial service professionals and key bank influencers collaborate to design tangible initiatives that can have meaningful climate-positive impact on bank lending systems. The network then designs interventions that can be leveraged and scaled to create system-level impact. (Substrategy: Climate Finance)
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1612 K Street NW Ste 600, Washington, DC, 20006, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for the Climate Safe Lending Network  
The goal of Climate Safe Lending (CSL) is to transform the global bank lending system to align with the goals of the Paris Climate Accord by making bank lending in North America and Europe consistent with net-zero emissions by 2050. At CSL, financial service professionals and key bank influencers collaborate to design tangible initiatives that can have meaningful climate-positive impact on bank lending systems. The network then designs interventions that can be leveraged and scaled to create system-level impact. (Substrategy: Climate Finance)
for Positive Money's Climate Safe Lending project  
The goal of Climate Safe Lending (CSL) is to transform the global bank lending system to align with the goals of the Paris Climate Accord by making bank lending in North America and Europe consistent with staying well below a 2°C global temperature increase by the year 2025. At CSL, financial service professionals and key bank influencers collaborate to design tangible initiatives that can have meaningful climate-positive impact on bank lending systems. The network then designs interventions that can be leveraged and scaled to create system-level impact.

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