Private Finance

The private financial sector is a crucial component of achieving our global climate and sustainability goals, from the power of directing its own assets and investments, to its leverage in evaluating “counterparties,” in other words the clients and assets in its portfolios.

CPI collaborates directly with the private financial sector—asset managers, asset owners, banks, corporates, and insurers—to establish frameworks, increase transparency, and develop new financial models and instruments that accelerate the transition of global finance flows towards net zero emissions and climate-resilient development. The effectiveness of our private financial sector work is enhanced by CPI’s ability to bring key actors outside the private sector to the table, ensuring coordinated, mutually-agreeable approaches that accelerate adoption and implementation.

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Strengthening Climate Finance Delivery: The Path from Brazil’s G20 Presidency to COP30

This summary provides key insights from the high-level round-table held by iCS, CPI, CEBRI, and CONCITO to establish an international dialogue agenda on climate finance, within the context of the Brazilian G20 presidency.


Transforming India's Climate Finance through Sector-Specific Financial Institutions

India’s pursuit of a sustainable, low-carbon future amidst rapid population growth and economic expansion requires significant climate finance. To achieve ambitious targets, including 50% renewable energy by 2030 and net zero emissions by 2070, innovative financial solutions are imperative.


JETP Resource Mobilization Plan: How Viet Nam can turn ambition into action

As various emerging economies are seeking to leapfrog coal and move to clean energy through Just Energy Transition Partnerships (JETPs), Viet Nam has passed an important first milestone by setting its Resource Mobilization Plan (RMP). CPI has outlined key takeaways from Viet Nam’s JETP and the RMP and identified some immediate actions to help them succeed.


Empowering Indonesia’s Path to Net Zero: Highlights from 2023

In 2023, momentum continued to build around Indonesia’s transition towards a more sustainable and net zero economy. Here are key highlights from our climate finance tracking, sustainable finance, and just energy transition workstreams to empower Indonesia’s path to net zero, as well as as a preview of what is in stock for 2024.


Financing Green Buildings in Indonesian Cities

This report is the third of a three-part series by CCFLA to promote a better understanding of the financing barriers and solutions for implementing net zero carbon buildings. It assesses the current use of financial instruments that can promote the development of Indonesia’s green buildings sector. It also explores how national and subnational regulatory frameworks can address the identified barriers to private and public investment.

Data Visualization

Methane Abatement Finance

Bringing CPI’s recent Landscape of Methane Abatement Finance to life, this data visualization shows that funding for methane abatement is at its highest level yet, but needs to increase by at least 3.5x by 2030 and be targeted effectively to achieve global climate goals.


Developing a Legal and Regulatory Framework for Low Carbon Transition of Indian economy on the path to Net Zero

While India has ambitious Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and net-zero targets, it lacks a legal framework to achieve economy-wide net-zero targets. Despite policies like the National Action Plan for Climate Change, India lacks formal climate legislation. Recent sectoral laws promote renewable energy but lack a comprehensive focus on emission reduction. To address this, a net-zero bill has been introduced in the Indian parliament. A potential solution involves consolidating existing laws under a comprehensive Climate/Environment Act and redefining institutions to align with low-carbon objectives.


The (Lack of) Control of Legal Deforestation in MATOPIBA: Regulation and Governance of Authorizations for the Suppression of Vegetation

CPI/PUC-Rio provides three recommendations to enhance legal deforestation control in the Matopiba region.


Inclusive Climate Finance: Improving Access for Marginalized Populations in Indonesia

This report, developed in partnership with Hivos Indonesia, aims to assess the current climate finance landscape in Indonesia and explore possible ways in which climate finance can be mobilized to target the marginalized populations.

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Amanda Brasil - Leigh

Senior Program Associate

Arthur Vieira

Junior Analyst

Barbara Buchner

Global Managing Director

Bella Tonkonogy


Ben Broché

Associate Director

Benjamin Thomas


Carla Orrego


Chavi Meattle


Chris Grant

Senior Manager, Research

Costanza Strinati


Debal Mitra

Senior Manager

Dharshan Wignarajah


Eda Aydin


Elena Bagnera

Senior Analyst

Jake Connolly


Jaspreet Kaur


Kalpesh Gada


Khalifa Akbar

Junior Analyst

Kushagra Gautam


Labanya Prakash Jena

Senior Manager

Luthfyana Kartika Larasati


María Ruiz Sierra

Latin America and the Caribbean Program Lead for the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance

Matthew Solomon

Senior Analyst

Nicole Pinko


Priscilla Negreiros

Senior Manager

Ricardo Narvaez

Finance Lead

Shengzi Li


Swati Misra

Senior Analyst

Vikram Widge

Senior Advisor

Wen E Chin

Manager, AgriFood Investment Connector (CLIC)

William Wallock

Junior Analyst

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