Australia’s Monash University, Treasury of Victoria and Flexigroup have all scored certificates of recognition at the 2nd Annual Green Bond Awards in London.

Last December, Monash announced it had raised A $218 million through a climate bond issued in the US private placement market to fund further sustainable development projects across its campus network.

The Climate Bonds Initiative developed the green bond awards to ‘recognise pioneers who, through their actions, have demonstrated the potential of green bonds, energised the market and, by positive example, have called investors, governments and business to action.’

Here’s the full list of organisations recognised:

Sub-national/Muni, Largest Overall Issuer – New York MTA, USA

Development Bank, Pioneer New Entrant – Exim Bank of China

Development Bank, Largest Overall Issuer – European Investment Bank

Corporates, Country Pioneer New Entrant – Hyundai, South Korea

Corporates, Largest Overall – Iberdrola, Spain

Structured, Country Pioneer New Entrant, 1st ABS – Flexigroup, Australia

Structured, Country Pioneer New Entrant, 1st ABS – Suzano/EcoAgro, Brazil

Structured, First Dual Recourse in China – Bank of China

Structured, Largest ABS in 2016 – Toyota, Japan

Certifications, First Water – SFO PUC, USA

Certifications, Largest Certified (and first in France) – SNCF, France

Certifications, First certified Green Bond from a University – Monash University, Australia

Certifications, First Indian Certified Bond – Hero Futures Energy, India

Certifications, First Certified Green Loan – Strasser/MEP Werke, Germany

Certifications, Indices: First Unlabeled Green Bond Index – CCDC, China

Market Infrastructure, Pioneer Listing Rules – Shanghai Stock Exchange

Market Infrastructure, Pioneer Listing Rules – London Stock Exchange

Market Infrastructure, Pioneer Listing Rules – Mexico Stock Exchange

Market Infrastructure, Pioneer Listing Rules – Luxembourg Stock Exchange