Commentary: Time for a new European green bank
By Denis MacShane in London
In Paris, a group of economists and politicians, including former prime ministers, came up with the idea of using a new bank and the private sector to encourage investment in climate change projects. They urged French President Emmanuel Macron to make the creation of a European Bank for carbon-free economic investment a top European Union policy goal. Just moving to electric cars or equipping homes with better insulation and double-glazing constitute multi-billion-pound projects.
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