Social Innovation for the Sustainability

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Journal Seventeen Nr. 5


Opportunities and challenges for sustainable finance in the european banking industry

Pablo Esteban-Sánchez, Raquel Arguedas Sanz, Cristina Ruza Paz-Curbera

Over the last decade, the European Union and the European Banking Supervisory Authorities have carried out relevant initiatives to develop sustainable finance aimed at facilitating the transition towards a more sustainable and climate-neutral economy aligned with the objectives of the 2030 Agenda and Paris Agreement.

The adaptation fund as an instrument of access to climate finance for local communities

Alicia Tortosa García

The Intergovernmental Group of Experts on Climate Change (IPCC) has shown that efforts towards mitigation are insufficient to stop this phenomenon. This occurs because experts have shown that many of its effects are already irreversible for many populations, so adaptation has become an essential action in strategies designed to face climate change. 

Financial models for the sustainable development of public administration

Mario La Torre, Jenny D. Salazar Zapata, Lorenzo Semplici

Public Administrations are increasingly called upon to become protagonists of the transition to sustainable development. In this perspective, it is necessary to think of financial models capable of catalyzing public and private resources, intentionally orienting them towards the implementation of policies and projects functional to the transition. 

Matchfunding: financing the Sustainable Development Goals from the local scale- A case study of short food supply chains in the Community of Madrid

Mario González-Azcárate, José Luis Cruz-Maceín, Adrian García-Rodríguez

Civic crowdfunding can be considered as a sustainable finance modality that takes into consideration not only the economic evaluation of projects, but also their social and environmental impacts. This article aims to analyze civic crowdfunding and matchfunding as tools to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from the local and regional levels. 

Thoughts on the state of sustainable financing in Spain

Julián Romero Zarco

We can say that Spain’s contribution to the development of sustainable finance has been very prominent. The strong growth of this market has been unleashed in the second part of the last decade and Spain is consolidated among the ten largest countries that borrow money for projects with positive credentials for the environment or for social purposes for disadvantaged groups. 

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