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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?

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Insurance:  green shoots of convergence

Insurance: green shoots of convergence

Insurers, regulators and policymakers are getting it together on insurance thinking and practice for climate and sustainability

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Time for another walk in the Bretton Woods?

Time for another walk in the Bretton Woods?

As climate finance reaches just a fraction of needs in 2016, we ask if it’s time to review its architecture and institutions

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Blockchain to Unblock Climate Finance?

Blockchain to Unblock Climate Finance?

We look at how the power of a technology said by some to match that of the internet and mobile telecommunications is starting to be focused on climate action and finance

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Is Paris Finance on the move or stuck? Results Part 2

Is Paris Finance on the move or stuck? Results Part 2

This week we look at our respondents’ thoughts on issues such as the climate funds, the role of philanthropy, the efficacy of technical assistance, where they source their information on Paris finance, and their more general thoughts on where we stand in the process.

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Recommended Read: scaling up investment in low-carbon energy

A Virtuous Circle:  scaling up investment in low-carbon energy Our recommended read this week is a report put out by Christian Aid at COP23 and mainly authored by … Continue reading Recommended Read: scaling up investment in low-carbon energy

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  • World Bank and Global Covenant of Mayors announce new $4.5bn partnership to help cities crowd in private by “developing bankable business plans, structuring PPPs and designing and implementing credit enhancement mechanisms to allow commercial financing to cities”

  • Carney and Bloomberg announce 100 more companies have agreed to support TCFD, taking the total to 237 (list here), with a market cap of $6.3 trillion

  • Care and Oxfam have issued a report suggesting 5 ways in which finance for adaptation can be scaled up, ahead of OnePlanet Summit on 12 December

  • As Climate Finance Day gets under way in Paris on December 11, Climate Action Network has launched a briefing on how public funds are still streaming into fossil fuel projects:  the Dirty Dozen