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Green Bond Impact Report 2018 : 10 Years of Green Bonds - From Evolution to Revolution (Inglês)

The World Bank's first green bond received strong support from the market and interest from others, including climate policy makers, and the climate bond initiative. They raised awareness for the challenges of climate change and demonstrated the potential for institutional investors to support climate-smart investments through liquid instruments without giving up financial returns. Green bonds have sparked a revolution in thinking about sustainability purpose and potential for liquid bond investments to achieve a positive impact. The World Bank has started to engage investors around specific sustainable development goals (SDGs) through a series of bonds to raise awareness for specific development challenges through its sustainable development bonds. Through World Bank green bonds, investors make an impact by supporting the financing of a wide range of projects across many sectors that are addressing climate change around the World. This report covers the issuance of green bonds by World Bank for the past ten years from 2008 to 2018.


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    10 Years of Green Bonds - From Evolution to Revolution

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    impact of climate change; access to potable water; Combined Heat and Power; wastewater collection and treatment; efficient use of water; large scale irrigation; irrigation and drainage; district heating network; reduction in travel; solid waste sector; local air pollutant; readiness for implementation; renewable energy installation; energy efficiency target; extreme weather event; irrigation or drainage; transport related fatality; annual energy saving; renewable energy generation; greenhouse gas emission; commercial bank lending; agriculture and livestock; Investment Project Financing; Development Policy Financing; energy efficiency investment; increase energy efficiency; reduction in groundwater; quality of water; climate change impact; energy efficient technology; sustainable water demand; urban public transportation; access to job; Catastrophe Risk Insurance; renewable energy technologies; agricultural water management; climate action plan; renewable energy production; accuracy of forecast; dam safety standards; concentrated solar power; average travel time; solar photovoltaic system; reduction in traffic; resilience of communities; industrial energy efficiency; inland waterway transport; emissions from deforestation; management of forest; suburban rail system; economies of scale; climate change awareness; disaster risk mapping; sustainable forest management; institutional development impact; livestock production system; pollution from car; public transport service; access to water; clean transportation; land use; co2 emission; built environment; water use; improve forest; sewage sludge; River basin; industrial sector; flood risk; watershed management; transportation efficiency; agriculture water; irrigation water; forest degradation; motorized trips; bus transport; public policy; rooftop solar; government capacity; rural community; household benefit; Climate Risk; sewer connection; rural area; renewable source; energy conservation; flood protection; water resource; shelter belts; Clean Energy; urban core; Waste Management; railway capacity; freight travel; freight volume; transport time; trip mode; transportation solution; transport solution; transit corridor; fuel use; Rural Poor; environmental use; annual accident; urban mobility; insurance policy; Traffic Accident; commute time; improved accessibility; vehicle pollution; metro system; climate information; passenger trip; urban transport; education campaign; bus terminal; commuter transport; average speed; efficient transport; transport accessibility; climate resilience; fuel saving; safe sidewalk; domestic carbon; freight rail; pricing strategy; freight traffic; administrative center; bus passenger; cycle track; pedestrian facility; pedestrian facilities; street network; water connection; river flow; public space; urban mass; hydrological reservoirs; biogas supply; Pasture Management; degraded forests; conservation scheme; species diversity; vegetative cover; forest plantation; agricultural land; rural resident; biogas production; soil nutrient; crop production; nutrient load; alpine grassland; sustainable practices; livestock management; Road Networks; fishing community; irrigation technique; fire detection; marine resource; fire prevention; small-scale farmer; skill development; fire management; adaptive research; Agricultural Innovation; irrigation technologies; fishing vessel; forest communities; public awareness; education standard; carbon emission; forest product; forestry issue; coral ecosystems; direct beneficiaries; destructive fishing; conservation practice; land degradation; treatment services; air transport; flood event; soil loss; natural disaster; irrigated area; water table; crop yield; Flood Prevention; government's capacity; South East; urban water; pollution reduction; catastrophe insurance; land improvements; improved sanitation; resources management; warning system; government entity; water sector; drainage service; urban growth; land area



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