How do economies evolve?

CPI gives policymakers, regulators, finance professionals, academia, and advocates the tools and guidance they need to provide bold leadership and implement ambitious action for more sustainable economic development.

CPI is pleased to present its 2022 impact report. Over the past few years CPI has grown significantly:


USD 25 tn

Assets Under Management (AUM) of financial sector organizations actively engaged in CPI’s work

USD 3.8 bn

Mobilized for climate action through CPI-led programs


Active projects


Media mentions

125k +

Social media followers

“CPI’s events and convenings bring together pivotal actors around pressing topics at the key times. I have experienced first-hand how these connections and conversations reduced execution times from months to weeks, helping achieve crucial time savings in an environment where urgency is paramount.”

John E. Morton Managing Director, Pollination, Former Climate Counselor to U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen, Former Senior Director of Climate and Energy to U.S. President Obama


To reach our ambition of shifting financial systems and economic development towards more sustainable and resilient pathways, CPI creates the intelligence, tools, and networks necessary for fundamental, systems-level change across an ambitious impact agenda, including:

  • Adaptation & Resilience
  • Cities & Infrastructure
  • Climate Finance
  • Conservation, AFOLU & Biodiversity
  • Energy
  • Just Transition

Our 2022 Impact Report summarizes this work and the impact it is creating as climate concerns — and climate action — are becoming a core strategic component across the public, private, and philanthropic sectors.

Read the 2022 Impact Report


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