An International Comparison Study on Low Carbon Investment and Financing Mechanism

Aiwei Zhang, Juan Du, Zhijun Sheng

Abstract


Developed countries have started the development of carbon economy earlier. At present, it has formed a diversified investment, and financing pattern for low carbon economy, which is dominated by government finance and supported by credit institutions, including the capital market financing and carbon emissions trading. By learning from the low-carbon investment and financing experiences of developed countries, China can create domestic demands for carbon commodities and stimulate the supply of low carbon funds by institutional design, establish the government-led diversified investment and financing mechanism, and develop and improve the carbon market mechanism to alleviate the capital pressure for the development of China’s low carbon economy.


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Journal of Business Administration Research

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