More and more people are investing in sustainable financial products. But a new joint analysis by ESMT Berlin, Ifo Institute, and the Leibniz Institute for Financial Market Research shows that there is hardly any effect from this.
Private investors are increasingly investing in green finance, but this only contributes to reducing CO2 emissions under certain conditions. This is the conclusion of a joint analysis by the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE, ESMT Berlin, and the Dresden branch of ifo – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research.
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