Climate funds are the early adopters of a different way of doing finance. One which prioritises the climate, communities and the natural world.
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Talks through the IMO make solid progress towards compromise following 15 years of discussions to tackle CO2 emissions from shipping.
Allegations of financial incentives offered ahead of recent vote on GCF’s location highlight fund’s vulnerability to corruption. With the climate stakes so high, Alice Harrison says there is no scope for sleaze
Second meeting of the Fund’s board will vote on Saturday but ‘dangerous precedent’ being set as NGO access and input is severely limited.
CBD COP11: Finance negotiations at the UN biodiversity summit in Hyderabad are in deadlock with under 24 hours till its scheduled end.
The Green Climate Fund board may have met for the first time but there remain far too many unanswered questions on raising and spending cash to combat climate change.
Candid comments and calls to slash red tape suggest increased urgency at the UN climate finance workshop’s final session.
Discussions in Bonn turned to identifying specific sources of funding and how they might be able to turned into action on the ground, but old disputes meant there was no clear winner.
Updates from the first day of the UN workshop on climate finance as diplomats and NGOs gather to discuss how to raise and distribute the billions of dollars required to prepare for, and limit the impacts of climate change.
Cutting costs and carbon emissions more important drivers than public image and branding, according to new study by advisory group Grant Thornton.
BRICS group, which includes India and China, begins work on development bank exclusively for emerging economies to counter perceived Western bias among existing organisations.
Six key climate change messages to take away from the World Economic Forum summit.
Yvo de Boer says absence of private money will leave fight against climate change “in big trouble”.
Disagreements over use of money from big business and so-called Robin Hood taxes blot positive session.