Spain proposes $53 billion public investment in climate change plan

FILE PHOTO: Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez reacts during a session at Parliament in Madrid, Spain, February 13, 2019. REUTERS/Sergio Perez/File Photo

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s Socialist government announced a 47 billion euro ($53 billion) public investment plan on Wednesday to tackle climate change over 10 years, which would be partly financed by issuing green bonds. The proposal, which sets a goal to make Spain carbon neutral by 2050, is a statement of intent as the government […]

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