Bonds could aid shift to green economy - OECD


* Investors need more credible govt plans to curb emissions * Renewables patents up 24 pct in decade to 2008 By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent OSLO, May 25 (Reuters) - Green bonds could raise hundreds of billions of dollars a year to spur a shift to cleaner economic growth if governments set strong environmental goals such as for slowing climate change, the OECD said on Wednesday. In a review of efforts to promote greener growth, it urged more innovation to favour ...

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