The term “green bond” is receiving more and more attention, not only because of the growing demand for ESG investments, but also because the “green” label is so ambiguous. Perhaps the lack of a clear definition is partly a result of the approximately $576 billion universe of unlabeled green bonds. […]
Monthly Archives: May 2017
For every 100 extremely low income households in the U.S.—those at or below 30% of the area median income—there are only 29 “adequate, affordable, and available” rental units, according to the Urban Institute.