Green Recovery

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As the world convalesces from the COVID-19 pandemic, we must continue ambitious action on climate change. We have an opportunity to rebuild our world for a more inclusive, more resilient, more sustainable future. This includes mainstreaming climate change considerations into the entire finance ecosystem by targeting both short-term economic recovery and long-term structural changes aligned with sustainable, inclusive growth and strengthening society’s resilience.

CPI, working with the UK and German governments, has convened several high-level discussions involving key decision makers, thought leaders, and experts from the worlds of diplomacy, regulation and policy, as well as public and private finance, that have demonstrated that finance is the cornerstone for making this happen. We will continue to work in this area to help bridge economic action with the key need for a green, resilient recovery globally.

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Climate in the Time of COVID

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India needs a bailout - Can we make it green?

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Bailouts for a Better World

A deep economic crisis is expected in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic health crisis. We applaud the quick action of governments in supporting health workers and institutions, the business sector, and different communities. However, if taxpayer-funded bailouts are not implemented properly we can worsen another crisis: global climate change.


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