Adaptation bonds are among the potential vehicles for private investment, but policy action is still needed at COP28.
Ahead of COP28 experts from climate-vulnerable countries remain “cautiously optimistic”; calling on wealthy nations to turn words into action later this month.
New research from climate think tanks suggests that “immediate, transformational changes” across every sector are needed by 2030.
Nicole Etchart, CEO of impact-led manager NESsT, explains how the regenerative agriculture practices of local communities in Latin America hold the key to transforming food systems.
Morningstar experts warn easing climate ambitions risks undermining urgency and “sending the wrong signals” to investors.
Rising recognition of the vulnerabilities of EMDEs to climate change is increasing focus on scaling blended finance opportunities.
Andy Garraway, Senior Climate Policy Analyst at Risilence, insists that COPs are more than a talking shop and have been known to exceed expectations.
Kevin Conrad, Executive Director of the Coalition for Rainforest Nations, says compliance carbon markets offer more effective support to the goals of the Paris Agreement.
To support emerging market climate transitions, developed countries and private investors are drawing up an ambitious blueprint, but is it working?
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