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Projects to adapt to climate change have come a long way since the 1960s when piles of cars were used to fight beach erosion. Griffith University

Australian investors want bankable projects that help us adapt to climate change

To pay for the increasing costs of climate change Australia should have green bonds that finance projects that help us adapt. However research shows there are barriers to financing these bonds.
A South African university student references the Oscar Pistorius trial during a fee protest. Kim Ludbrook/EPA

Perpetual bonds can help open universities to all who qualify

It shouldn't be up to universities or the government alone to fund students who qualify for tertiary education but can't afford it. A perpetual bond system could be the answer.
Lloyds Bank has cancelled a high paying bond to the detriment of many of its savers. Thinglass /

Lloyds Bank bond row makes investing sound harder than it is

If you need a reminder of how complex investing in the stock market can be, look no further than the row currently raging between Lloyds Bank and up to 100,000 investors who helped to bail it out in 2009…
Caesars Entertainment argues the credit default swap market is giving at least one holder of its debt a perverse incentive to seek its default. Shutterstock

Bogeyman of credit crisis needs reform to align risks and responsibilities in CDS market

In 2009, US trucking company YRC Worldwide faced ruin as it struggled to restructure its debt. With tens of thousands of jobs at stake, the Teamsters union, led by James Hoffa, accused some YRC bondholders…
Ordinary people stand to lose if Argentina’s economy collapses. EPA/David Fernandez

Why Argentina matters for indebted countries everywhere

Another week, another proposal to deal with Argentina’s debt. The latest one, by the Argentine president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, is to launch a voluntary debt swap where investors holding defaulted…

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