Treasury appoints new group to help tackle financial sector greenwashing

Green Technical Advisory Group launched

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The Green Technical Advisory Group will oversee ministers' delivery of a 'Green Taxonomy'
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The Green Technical Advisory Group will oversee ministers' delivery of a 'Green Taxonomy'

The Treasury has announced the formation of a new independent body to provide ministers, officials, and businesses with guidance on how to address concerns over alleged greenwashing within the financial industry.

The Green Technical Advisory Group (GTAG) will oversee the government's delivery of a "Green Taxonomy" - a common framework that aims to provide clear standards that would establish when investments or...

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