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Financing a Sustainable European Economy - EU HLG report out

ALERT : FINANCING A SUSTAINABLE EUROPEAN ECONOMY
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Dear EURACTIV reader, 
The EU High-Level Group on Sustainable Finance published its report earlier today. The aim of the authors is to "put the EU economy on a more sustainable path”. 
Reporting by Jorge Valero and Frédéric Simon.

Expert group recommends setting up European standards for ‘green bonds’

An EU sustainability taxonomy, a definition of priority investment areas, the clarification of investor duties and development of “official” European sustainability standards for green bonds are some of the recommendations experts made to the European Commission today.

EU finance advisors back ‘less risky’ energy efficiency loans

A high-level group of financial experts has advised European regulators to encourage a more favourable treatment for energy saving loans and mortgages, in a move that could unlock billions in lending for green building renovation programmes across Europe.

On finance, ‘Think Sustainability First’

OPINION // ‘Think Sustainability First’ must be a principle that guides financial policymaking through this decade and the next if Europe is to have the means to match its global ambitions, writes Arlene McCarthy.
Arlene McCarthy is a Member of the European Commission High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance. She was Vice-President of the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs in 2009-2014.
> READ THE FULL SUSTAINABLE FINANCE REPORT (on EURACTIV)
Earlier reporting and analysis from EURACTIV:

Green finance group calls on EU to stop funding fossil fuels

A group of financial experts has set out its vision for hardwiring sustainability goals into the European Union’s financial system, calling on the 28-country bloc to stop pouring public money into polluting fossil fuels and focus spending on clean energies instead.

AXA sustainability chief: Penalties for fossil fuel assets ‘merit close attention’

EXCLUSIVE // The European Commission’s High-Level Group on sustainable finance is currently looking at the pros and cons of slapping “penalties” on fossil fuel assets that may end up being stranded as investors shift to low-carbon portfolios, Christian Thimann told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.
Christian Thimann is Group Head of Regulation, Sustainability and Insurance Foresight at the French insurance group AXA. He was recently appointed Chairman of the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on sustainable finance.
> Full coverage of GREEN FINANCE on our special topic page
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