This Article describes the recent emergence of standards for sustainable finance across a variety of FIs and the implications of those standards for the progressive development of international environmental law. Section II examines the evolution of sustainable development standards at the various FIs. Section III describes the structure and impact of the CSO networks that have influenced development of the standards and continue to monitor their implementation. Section IV identifies some of the implications of the development of these standards for international environmental lawmaking more generally.
Hunter, David B.
"Civil Society Networks and the Development of Environmental Standards at International Financial Institutions,"
Chicago Journal of International Law:
2, Article 5.
Available at: http://chicagounbound.uchicago.edu/cjil/vol8/iss2/5