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IDB announces “one-stop shop” for NDC finance in Latin America and the Caribbean
We talked to Amal Lee Amin, Division Chief at the IDB’s Climate Change Division, to get the background to the Bank’s approach to supporting its client countries with their Paris implementation strategies.
Refresh and Reset at the GCF
New co-chairs and new Board members offer the GCF an opportunity to steady the ship after last year’s ructions
An Introduction to Infrastructure Project Finance
Here’s the return of one of our most-read “primers,” where Tom Murley looks at techniques for project financing.
Knowing Upstream from Downstream in the Green / Climate Investment Supply Chain
The market is segmented like any other, but confusion often abounds
Climate Finance: Pipelines, Landscapes and a Helicopter View
As COP 24 gets under way, a flurry of reports have been published on the state of climate and green finance
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Finance guide for policy-makers: Renewable energy, green infrastructure
A guide for policymakers on how to talk to (and understand the mindset of) the world of private finance
Climate change will become a factor in determining sovereign credit ratings, says ratings agency Moodys
The latest “official” figures on climate finance (for 2013/14)have been released by the UN. Only 1/5th of MDB spend was on adaptation
A new IFC report finds a $23 trillion opportunity in investments to realise the NDCs by 2030. We will feature this important report as a Resource shortly
Innovative $1.1bn Tropical Landscapes Financing Facility (TLFF) will give smallholder farmers and other land users in Indonesia access to long-term financing at lower interest rates, on condition they are used for environmentally sustainable projects in Indonesia’s rural landscapes