The latest GCF Board meeting clears the decks of projects in an effort to free up a policy logjam
Australia’s performance on climate change appears to lack ambition and be full of contradictions. Is political stalemate endangering its Paris commitments?
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
We listen in to some testy exchanges at the GCF Board, and suggest some tests to lift the Fund’s functionality and effectiveness
We talk to Climate Policy Initiative about a public-private partnership to help scale finance for NDC mitigation and adaptation
We talk to C40 about how the world’s largest cities are starting to take a lead in combatting climate change and its effects
In the first of two pieces on adaptation, we try to tease out what’s going on with (or perhaps going wrong with) adaptation finance. In the second piece, next week, we will look at possible solutions to scale.
One year on from Paris, in the first of a planned series of country updates, we speak with one of the lead government agencies for Mexico’s NDC implementation
As 800 delegates pack the 2016 Forum of the Global Impact Investing Network, we hear a wake-up call for the financing of the Paris agreement
NDCI.Global talks to Andrew Pidden of Deutsche Asset Management about how its new GCF-backed programme will crowd in private investment to offgrid and mini-grid energy access in Africa, and help industry there switch out of carbon