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Riccardo Puliti
Puliti joins as the vice-president for Asia and the Pacific at the International Finance Corporation, at a time of multiple crises and a deteriorating global economic outlook.
Hit by floods and soaring prices, self-employed Pakistanis want government aid and action to fight climate change impacts.
Soaring living costs are triggering protests worldwide. After Sri Lanka, which countries might be next?
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Stimulus packages to kickstart pandemic-hit economies can either shape a low-carbon future or lock the world into a fossil fuel system. Which countries in Asia are leading the green transition?
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The International Monetary Fund's allocation of $650 billion in special drawing rights in August was welcomed, but its latest proposal for channeling finance to the most climate-vulnerable countries excludes the most needy, and is flawed.
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The economics discipline has failed to understand the climate crisis – let alone provide effective policy solutions for it. Change is underway, but it cannot come fast enough.
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The summit could stoke a collective sense that finally – after decades of negotiations – this is the pivotal year for climate.
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Special drawing rights could give indebted countries the flexibility to take climate action that benefits everyone.
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