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I4CE welcomes the initiative Finance for Tomorrow

14 June 2017 - Blog post

Finance for Tomorrow is an initiative led by the players of the Paris Financial Center to promote sustainable finance in France and internationally. It contributes to reorienting financial flows towards a low carbon and inclusive economy, in line with the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.

I4CE is proud to be one of the first member of this initiative.

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www.financefortomorrow.com

To learn more
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