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Renewable energy projects have yet to appear in droves, but new coal power projects have largely been halted.
We asked six experts what to expect from China’s Belt and Road Initiative as it enters its second decade.
Indian banks are highly exposed to risks attached to investments in the electricity and metals sectors, with public sector banks most exposed to the conventional energy sector, indicates a recent report from a think tank.
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The innovative cocktail of public, private and philanthropic money was first touted as a solution to close the funding gap for the sustainable development goals in 2015. But eight years on, its promise to close a trillion-dollar financing gap rings hollow.
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The rich world must support expanded climate financing. The public development bank system can be the mechanism with which we achieve common global climate goals.
IMF/WB Meetings Plenary 2022
While the International Monetary Fund has made great strides on climate change in a short time, emerging markets and developing economies need resources to invest in resilience more urgently than ever. There are four ways the IMF can help them shift to a low-carbon pathway and finance adaptation measures before it’s too late.
Linking work on nature and climate goals to debt repayment could give indebted countries the space they need to build resilience.
World Bank Spring Meetings 2023
The World Bank is uniquely equipped to mobilise the financing needed to tackle global poverty and global warming, but efforts to mitigate climate change must not come at the expense of development. To address the root causes of poverty and economic slowdown, the Bank must undertake reforms in four areas.
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The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas assistant governor tells the Eco-Business Podcast about the regulator’s maiden sustainability report that features an empirical study of climate impacts on banks as well as the nation’s first taxonomy.
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