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The Sustainable Investment Forum Europe is organised by Climate Action

By: EBR - Posted: Thursday, December 14, 2017

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Building on the success of the Sustainable Investment Forum in New York during Climate Week NYC, the new European Forum will be taking place on Tuesday 13 March 2018 in Paris, France, gathering 250+ high-level decision-makers from the investment community, European governments and think tanks to meet, network, share ideas and to discuss concrete solutions to the current challenges of the European and global climate finance market.
Building on the success of the Sustainable Investment Forum in New York during Climate Week NYC, the new European Forum will be taking place on Tuesday 13 March 2018 in Paris, France, gathering 250+ high-level decision-makers from the investment community, European governments and think tanks to meet, network, share ideas and to discuss concrete solutions to the current challenges of the European and global climate finance market.

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Building on the success of the Sustainable Investment Forum in New York during Climate Week NYC, the new European Forum will be taking place on Tuesday 13 March 2018 in Paris, France, gathering 250+ high-level decision-makers from the investment community, European governments and think tanks to meet, network, share ideas and to discuss concrete solutions to the current challenges of the European and global climate finance market.


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