Sustainable Finance and Investment

1% of invested global GDP could help slash emissions, but how?

"Our findings showcase the multiple benefits a green recovery stimulus can have, in terms of minimizing CO2 emissions from energy production and industry and upscaling low-carbon technologies,” said Dafnomilis. Image: Unsplash/Markus Spiske

Tayyibah Aziz

Science writer, Frontiers

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