A new report from E3G looks at the performance of the main development banks in support of both short and long-term climate finance needs.
Given their key role in supporting the blended finance structures that will be critical for Paris implementation, NDCi.global has devoted quite a lot of coverage to the development banks and the climate funds. In support of Dr Wright’s piece this week, we provide a quick digest for possible further reading.
Download the UN Climate Change Annual Report 2017 Following its recent rebranding from “UNFCCC,” what’s now UN Climate Change has issued its first Annual Report. This is a … Continue reading Recommended Read: UN Climate Change Annual Report 2017
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We join experts at an Environmental Finance conference on risks and opportunities in the water sector
The Blended Finance Task Force used the Spring meetings of the World Bank to launch an 8-point programme of action arising out of its recent report. Interesting … Continue reading Recommended Read: Blended Finance Taskforce Programme of Action
This week, we round up some recent projects and themes around adaptation in Africa.
In this addition to the growing body of thinking on Green [Investment] Banks (GIBs), Angela Whitney and Paul Bodnar of the Rocky Mountain Institute look at where might be an appropriate solution for countries seeking to take “ownership” of their climate finance in support of achieving their NDCs.
Website TNC is establishing something of a presence in the climate finance landscape as a creator of innovative financial structures. Ahead of the Paris COP it came out … Continue reading Sustainable Land Bonds: New Thinking from The Nature Conservancy