Convergence and CPI launch USD 12 million Catalytic Climate Finance Facility to accelerate the implementation of climate finance solutions
The Catalytic Climate Finance Facility (CC Facility) launched an open call for early-stage and market-ready blended climate finance vehicles seeking grant funding and technical support for scaling up. Applications must be submitted by June 9.
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“Beyond Adaptation”: Coming to Terms with Loss & Damage
This blog seeks to unpack the loss & damage policy-finance agenda, reflecting on how we could, or should, define it from a climate finance tracking perspective.
Fighting Deforestation in the Amazon: Strategic Coordination and Priorities for Federal and State Governments
In this study, researchers from CPI/PUC-Rio analyze deforestation and land tenure within the Amazon biome to identify critical areas for public authorities to address in each territory.
Improving Local Enabling Conditions for Private Sector Climate Investments in Cities
Barriers to private urban climate investments can be found at the macro, city, and project levels. This Report explores the barriers, good practice lessons, and recommendations to improve local enabling conditions to attract private sector capital to support climate investments in cities of emerging economies.
Financial Aggregation Blueprints for Urban Climate Infrastructure
This report helps mainstream municipal financial aggregation by expanding the evidence base for successful case studies. It aims to provide cities and CCFLA members with detailed “how-to” guidance that can be used as a reference when developing their financial aggregation instruments.
Impact and Highlights from CPI's Climate Finance Tracking Program
Our 2022 Highlights and Impact Report outlines the impact and key milestones achieved by our climate finance tracking workstream in 2022.
Challenges of Rural Insurance in the Context of Climate Change: the Case of Soybeans
To contribute to a better understanding of climate risk and the design of public policies for agricultural risk management, researchers from CPI/PUC-Rio examined rural insurance in Brazil, analyzing the coverage of this financial instrument for soybeans, the main insured crop.
An Innovative IFI Operating Model for the 21st Century
This paper lays out key products and processes that need to be introduced, reformed, and/or scaled to effectively deploy new volumes of climate finance, focusing on multilateral development banks.
Supporting Access to Climate Finance for Small and Intermediary Cities: A Guide for Project Preparation Facilities
This guide focuses on the role of Project Preparation Facilities (PPFs) in helping municipal governments and other public sector entities in small and intermediary cities unlock greater access to finance for climate infrastructure projects.
Emissions Accounting in Managed Coal Phaseout Finance
Financing early coal retirement creates a potential dilemma for financial institutions: adding emissions-intensive assets to the financing institution’s portfolio during a time when financial institutions are increasing efforts to reduce the emissions covered in their portfolios. This brief outlines several approaches to deal with this possible friction.
Where Does Brazil Stand and Where Is It Heading in the Implementation of the Forest Code? Opportunities for the New Lula Administration
In this publication, researchers from CPI/PUC-Rio provide an unprecedented and updated snapshot of the implementation of the Forest Code in all Brazilian states to identify the primary challenges that must be overcome and to present an agenda with seven key actions for the effective implementation of the Forest Code across the country.