This paper examines the interaction between macro-financial and climate-related risks. It brings together different strands of the literature on climate-related risks and how these relate to macro-financial management and risks.

Countries seeking to scale up renewables can draw on the bond market, including the growing range of securities dedicated to sustainable, environmentally beneficial, climate-safe project finance. Renewable energy has emerged as a major recipient of such green bond proceeds.

The Government of Costa Rica has become the 14th country to submit its long-term strategy for low-emission development (LTS) to the UNFCCC Secretariat.

This briefing paper, produced in collaboration with ClimateWorks Foundation, explores how different futures analysis methods can be used to better understand how rapidly changing world might present challenges and opportunities towards achieving ambitious climate change mitigation goals.

In this paper, the Working Group on Mitigation Instruments (WGMI) provides a framework to choose the appropriate mitigation instruments for India’s transition to a low-carbon economy.

This brief analyses four key sectors of the manufacturing industry: iron and steel, cement, ammonia and chemicals (primarily petrochemicals), which have the highest emissions intensity of production. The analysis reveals that the opportunities to decarbonise the manufacturing sector are aplenty.

The Climate Finance Leadership Initiative (CFLI) published a report titled, ‘Financing the Low-Carbon Future: A Private-Sector View on Mobilizing Climate Finance,’ which identifies concrete opportunities for mobilizing private finance at the scale and speed needed to support an orderly and inclusive transition to a low-carbon global economy acro

India is estimated to require nearly USD 95 to 125bn annually through 2033 for actions on climate mitigation. This entails investment to support transition of existing sectors into green and nurturing emerging sectors and technologies in areas such as electric vehicles, green buildings, renewable energy, waste and water resources.

To finance the transition to low-carbon economies required to mitigate climate change, countries are increasingly using a combination of carbon pricing and green bonds. This paper studies the reasoning behind such policy mixes and the economic interaction effects that result from these different policy instruments.

Why U.N.-led investors have drawn up a guide for firms to rethink threat to companies.

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