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.
Making the climate funds more efficient is no longer a bureaucratic exercise that can be endlessly put off, but a moral imperative
First impressions from COP23, as Fiji commandeers the city of Beethoven
As climate finance reaches just a fraction of needs in 2016, we ask if it’s time to review its architecture and institutions
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.
No less than three reports have just been published by prominent think-tanks on the architecture of climate finance. Are we witnessing the beginnings of a movement to change the way climate finance providers work?