At its 2021 Annual Meeting, the EBRD approved a climate action resolution in which it committed to fully aligning the Bank’s activities with the objectives of the Paris Agreement by the end of 2022.
of new funding committed to double the existing headroom for EBRD Green Cities over the next two years
EBRD green financing totalled more than €40 billion from 2006 to 2021.
The blue economy is now globally recognised as key to achieving the aims of the Paris Agreement and the SDGs.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) remains one of the biggest public health challenges of our time.
In 2021, donors provided €684 million to support the EBRD’s investments, advisory, capacity building, investment climate reform and policy dialogue in the form of grants and concessional finance.
From 2020 to 2021, the EBRD more than doubled the share of its projects that address gender inequality up to 35 per cent.
The terms “Green Bond” and “Social Bond” are used by the market for green or social bonds that are issued in line with the Green Bond Principles (GBP) and Social Bond Principles (SBP), respectively (collectively, “the Principles”).
The new EBRD Headquarters building, based in 5 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, is setting new standards when it comes to the sustainability of construction.
The environmental and social category – A, B, C or FI (financial intermediary) – reflects the potential impacts associated with a project and determines the nature of the environmental and social appraisal, information disclosure and stakeholder engagement required.
In 2021, there were no signed projects that required an environmental or social derogation.