While containing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and revitalising economy remain top priorities for Europe, managing the challenges of climate change is still firmly on the continent’s agenda. A green and sustainable investment incentive project was launched in Lithuania in October 2019, paving the way for the country to become the Baltic centre for green and sustainable finance in the near future.
The idea was presented by attorney Tomas Kontautas, Country Managing Partner at Sorainen Lithuania, during What Is Green? conference, organised by the British embassy in Vilnius to discuss the green economy. Kontautas believes that having established itself as Europe’s leader in the fintech sector, Lithuania has every chance to repeat this success in sustainable financing, leading the way in a sustainable economy across the Old Continent.
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