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China is exploring how publicly available environmental data can be used to boost green finance

by Futures Centre, Apr 11
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China’s increasing use of public environmental data

The enormous potential of publicly available environmental data (PAED) is being taken more seriously by policymakers worldwide. The role that this information could play in green finance has recently drawn attention from the G20 Green Finance Study Group and will be a focus of its research this year.

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