Earlier this year we spoke with the LDC Group and IIED about private sector channels for NDC financing in the world’s poorest countries already on the frontline of climate change.
Earlier this month in London, the FT-IFC Transformational Business Awards paid tribute to ground-breaking and innovative business solutions to today’s development challenges. This week we take a look at some of the winners and their backers.
Following Trump’s statement on the US pulling out of the Paris agreement, we seek to identify the red flags to look out for, which could undermine NDC financing.
In the second of what we intend as a periodic series of thematic briefings, we look at a cohort of institutions that (possibly uniquely) have twin roles as both markets and regulators.
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
In the second of our 3-parter, we look at how those who influence financial actors are contributing to raising the $ trillions
In the first of a three-part series, we look at the emerging landscape of Paris finance and how the actors are assembling
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
As the UNFCCC holds its half-year sessions we present some thoughts on what’s at stake in this round of talks
We speak to the lead author of a thought-provoking report on the challenges to adaptation planning and finance even in developed countries