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The Paris Finance Map, Part 2: The Influencers
In the second of our 3-parter, we look at how those who influence financial actors are contributing to raising the $ trillions
An NGO Agenda for Bonn
This is a collation of 6 tweets from Oxfam’s Senior Policy Adviser for Climate Change Jan Kowalzig, which we thought provided a useful NGO perspective on the Bonn … Continue reading An NGO Agenda for Bonn
Fiji: Urban Water Supply and Wastewater Management Investment Program
The latest in our series on NDC projects that have been successfully financed. If you have a story to tell please contact us!
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An Introduction to Infrastructure Project Finance
In the first of a set of detailed primers, renewable energy finance expert Tom Murley explains how project finance works
This video of UN Deputy Secretary Amina Mohamed addressing the UNFCCC at Bonn asks all the right questions about Paris implementation. Worth 7 minutes of your time
How America’s federal system is a protection against Trump action to weaken Paris is demonstrated by New York State’s decision to make its own rules on methane
Major shareholders like Blackrock are now forcing oil companies to account for climate risks
LEDS GP has updated its Transport Toolkit, designed to help planners, technical experts and decision-makers at national and local levels to plan and implement low emission transport systems that support economic growth