Ger­man Sus­tain­able Fi­nance Strat­e­gy

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The federal cabinet adopted the first German Sustainable Finance Strategy on 5 May 2021. The goal of the strategy is to mobilise investments that are urgently needed for climate action and sustainability while also addressing the climate risks that are increasingly relevant to the financial system.

German Sustainable Finance Strategy

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Green bond al­lo­ca­tion re­port 2020

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On 20 April 2021, the German government published the first allocation report for its Green Federal securities issued in 2020. The “Green Bond Allocation Report 2020” provides investors with transparent and binding information on expenditures from the federal government's environmental and climate protection programmes. It lists expenditures recognised as “green” in the 2019 federal budget and allocates them to the proceeds of € 11.5 billion of Green German Federal securities issued in 2020 (allocation). The issuance proceeds are allocated to eligible green expenditures of the 2019 budget year totaling € 12.3 billion.

Green bond allocation report 2020

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Shifting the Trillions – A sustainable financial system for the great transformation

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The German government’s Sustainable Finance Committee published its final report “Shifting the Trillions – A sustainable financial system for the great transformation” on 25 February 2021.

Shifting the Trillions – A sustainable financial system for the great transformation

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Germany’s Sustainable Development Strategy

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Germany’s Sustainable Development Strategy aims at protecting the natural environment and the climate, reducing poverty and hunger, and ensuring social cohesion.

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