Key Trends Of The Development Of "Green" Finance In Russia

Abstract

In recent decades, society has seriously thought about environmental problems. Green finance is a unique social investment technology. In world practice, the term "green finance" means improving the environment, mitigating the effects of the global climate and more efficient use of resources. Green finance includes financing and risk management of environmental projects. For the study, the authors used classification and comparison methods, as well as statistical analysis. The purpose of the article is to conduct a comprehensive study of the features associated with the development of green finance in Russia, identify the reasons for the emergence of green finance and assess the consequences of green investment for the efficiency of the financial system. Conclusions: the article examines the features and types of green finance in the context of a green economy and presents an analysis of investment development. The authors analysed green finance instruments, types of investment activities. The article examines the global and Russian experience of green investments, identifies the problems of the Russian green finance market. The authors concluded that the development of green finance instruments helps to protect the interests of future generations in terms of ensuring environmental safety and preserving the environment. In addition, in the face of uncertainty in the development of the global economy, investments in green technologies are a protective financial instrument that provides investors with income.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.293

Online ISSN

2357-1330