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Listen: Extra Credit: U.S. Public Finance Focus on ESG, Utility Rate Affordability and the Green Bond 2019 Outlook

This week you can hear Kaiti Vartholomaios talk about S&P Global Ratings' recent publication that highlights rating actions over the past two years and the role ESG factors played. Erin Boeke Burke discusses her findings on water and sewer rate affordability and Andrew Bredeson joins the conversation to help cover the 2019 Green Bond outlook.