Catalyzing Investment for Environmental Justice – An Analysis of the National Climate Bank

There is consensus in the climate community that investments to combat climate change must prioritize communities of color, front-line communities, fence-line communities, low-income communities, historically disinvested communities and rural communities and enable a just transition to a clean future.

Today, the Coalition for Green Capital is releasing a new white paper illustrating how a National Climate Bank would expand on the success of state and local green banks efforts to invest in these communities, while opening up entirely new pathways for job and business creation in the most climate impacted communities.

The report is part of a series from CGC which analyzes the potential impact of a National Climate Bank, providing details, context and recommendations on its workings.

The full white paper is available here

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