In the latest of our “Recommended Reads” we direct you to a recent and rather alarming report on “green FDI” by the GreenInvest platform of the G20.
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
In the final part of our series on the Paris finance landscape, we look at how the roles of some actors could be redefined or rationalised. We also identify some new landscape features urgently needed to speed and scale up financial flows
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.
Wth the upcoming COP 23 in Bonn marking the passage of another year since the Paris agreement was signed, we thought it would be useful to take the pulse of NDCi.global’s readership via a survey. In this two-parteron the results, we look this week at definitions of climate and green finance, the pace we’re going at, the preparedness of governments and the private sector, whether we need a “finance director” to coordinate finance aspects of the Paris Agreement, and the performance of the DFIs
This E3G briefing compares progress among the development banks in terms of their green to brown ratio. Interestingly, analysis finds some fossil finance is actually being counted as climate finance.
In the second of our 3-parter, we look at how those who influence financial actors are contributing to raising the $ trillions
We listen in on the 18th Green Climate Fund Board meeting, and wonder why there aren’t readily visible metrics to guide the most important vehicle in climate finance.