EBRD Green

The EBRD is a climate finance leader and now aims to become a majority green bank by 2025.

Our Green Economy Transition (GET) helps countries where we work pursue a green, inclusive and resilient recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

'Green' is also one of our six transition qualities.

EBRD Green Cities

Our Green Cities programme builds a better and more sustainable future for cities and their residents. It identifies, prioritises and connects environmental challenges with sustainable infrastructure and policies.

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Finance and Technology Transfer Centre for Climate Change (FINTECC) 

FINTECC fosters the uptake of advanced climate technologies in our Early Transition Countries, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean.

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Green Economy Financing Facilities (GEFFs)

GEFFs develop local financing markets for sustainable energy and resource efficiency projects. Through them, we offer credit lines and technical assistance to local partner who then support businesses and homeowners

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Near Zero Waste

This programme combines commercial and concessional financing for waste minimisation and recycling in various sectors of the Turkey economy.. Through technical assistance and policy dialogue, it also aims to mainstream waste minimisation in all sectors.

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More on climate finance

Five years on from Paris 2015, the next climate challenge

Our President on why the EBRD has resolved to go majority green by 2025

Wider use of carbon markets to boost net-zero future

How to reduce the cost for countries of achieving their climate mitigation targets

EBRD signs up to Sustainable Blue Economy Finance Principles

These principles are the gold standard for investing in the ocean economy

Is green hydrogen the sustainable fuel of the future?

Investment could solve the climate crisis while stimulating the economy

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