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Sustainability in Finance

Banking on the Planet

Financial institutions are often the crucial factor in a society’s progress toward sustainable development. Yet financial workers and public policy researchers are largely unaware of this role. Sustainability in Finance seeks to bridge this gap as it posits a theoretical foundation for a finance-policy partnership. The volume presents an innovative analysis of current practices at both global financial institutions and banks in developing countries and ultimately offers a valuable consideration of the future of sustainable development.

432 pages | 6 3/10 x 9 1/2 | © 2004

Economics and Business: Economics--Money and Banking


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Table of Contents

Preface

List of figures

List of tables

List of boxes

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Research design

PART I

Chapter 3 Banking and finance

Chapter 4 Environmental issues and sustainability

Chapter 5 Banking and sustainability: an analytical framework

PART II

Chapter 6 Sustainability and financing risks

Chapter 7 Sustainability and product development

Chapter 8 Internal sustainability care

Chapter 9 Communication and organization on sustainability

PART III

Chapter 10 Retroduction

Chapter 11 Conclusions

APPENDICES

Appendix I Geographic scope of the book

Appendix II Panel group, informants and experts

Appendix III IFC classification for Environmental Assessments

Appendix IV Example of an environmental risk ‘checklist’

Appendix V Climate change and policy

Appendix VI Overview of selected banks in the survey

Appendix VII An integral score for sustainable banking

Appendix VIII Overview of interviewed banks

Appendix IX Semi-structured questionnaire

  

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