What can the U.S. learn from sovereign GSS bond issues by other countries?

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What can the U.S. learn from sovereign GSS bond issues by other countries?

With a new administration in the White House, the United States has emerged from its environmental hibernation. President Biden is leading a brisk reawakening with ambitious plans on climate change. At the same time, the continuing global pandemic has spawned an urgent demand for new financing ideas. So what about a green bond issue by the U.S. Treasury?  It is out there in the investment ether — a move that would make a symbolic, if not substantive, difference for climate initiatives.  “A U.S. green bond issuance would be a high…

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