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A Slalom in Songdo
Much sideways but also some forward movement at the GCF’s latest Board meeting
OnePlanet Summit: Unconscious Uncoupling?
Is global climate action becoming de-linked from the NDCs?
FINANCING ASIA’S CLIMATE COMMITMENTS – CENTRAL ROLE FOR A GREEN INVESTMENT BANK?
Over the past two decades, Asia has been the fastest developing region in the world. However, 1.6 billion people are still living in poverty. Can the region meet the challenges it faces to close infrastructure gaps and build cities that offer an acceptable quality of life?
Impact investing: What it is and how it might help climate finance
What lessons can the climate finance market learn from impact investing?
COP23: More Late Quartet than Ode to Joy?
First impressions from COP23, as Fiji commandeers the city of Beethoven
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Featured Resource: EU Action Plan on Sustainable Finance – Factsheet
The EU has just released its action plan on financing sustainable growth. Based on the recent report of the High Level Expert Group (HLEG), it brings sustainability considerations into … Continue reading Featured Resource: EU Action Plan on Sustainable Finance – Factsheet
A study by the Rights and Resources Institute says a UN REDD+ in the DRC is fostering conflict and failing to halt deforestation. “DRC is not yet ready for REDD+ investment”, said the report’s co-ordinator. “REDD+ and similar payment schemes will work only if governments recognise and support community land rights.”
A new report from McKinsey on mobile money in emerging markets says operators could reach the bulk of the 2 billion people and 200 million small businesses that currently lack access to formal savings and credit
FAO is holding seminar on Tuesday 20 March on mainstreaming ecosystems based adaptation. 10-11.30 CET. Register here
Useful Greenbiz summary of three strategies to use bonds to finance adaptation: catastrophe bonds, environmental impact bonds (payment by results) and resilience bonds