IDB Lab proposes to establish LAC's first Green Innovation Hub (GreenHub) a platform that crowds-in private, public, philanthropic and climate finance to accelerate the deployment of catalytic Green Tech solutions, new business models and green finance innovation (in both the green and blue economy), to drive the transition to resilient, circular, low carbon societies.
This project is classified as a container project.
According to the IDB LAB webpage (https://bidlab.org/en), "IDB Lab is the innovation laboratory of the Inter-American Development Bank Group, the leading source of development finance and expertise for improving lives in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our purpose is to drive innovation for inclusion in the region, co-creating life-changing solutions for vulnerable populations affected by economic, social, and environmental conditions."
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