Research on Green Financial Ecology Construction Based on Low Carbon Economy

Chen Wang, Guangyuan Dong

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 107, Pages: 3635-3641, Article No: e107406


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The green financial ecology is a booster for the advance and transformation of low-carbon economy. And China must base itself on the current international trend of low-carbon economic development, to build a multi-level financial channel, involving top-level design and institutional arrangements in green financial markets, financial institutions, and financial products. Through actively promote the carbon emission market trading and carbon derivative product design, focus on the development of financial institutions’ green finance business, actively build green finance market financing and system construction and other paths, and build a green financial ecosystem that adapts to green ecological and low-carbon and green economy. Realizing the interaction and integration of green financial ecology and low-carbon economy transformation is a very meaningful measure and inevitable choice for building a low-carbon and green economy.


carbon emission trading, low carbon economy, green finance, regional cooperation


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