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 our partners, has been a leader in convening and influencing high-level discussions to help bridge economic action with the key need for a green, resilient recovery globally.
High-level Advisory Council convenes to create principles for financing a sustainable economic recovery in the wake of COVID-19
Today, Laurence Tubiana, CEO of the European Climate Foundation (ECF) and Rachel Kyte, Dean of The Fletcher School and Board member of Climate Policy Initiative (CPI), announced the formation of an Advisory Council that will establish a set of Principles for Financing the Sustainable Recovery.
Improving the impact of fiscal stimulus in Asia: An analysis of green recovery investments and opportunities
India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea have together announced a total of USD 884 billion in COVID-19 recovery stimulus packages. This study maps the ‘greenness’ of these fiscal stimulus measures and their contribution towards country-level climate objectives.
This report provides an overview of the potential for climate finance, green finance and innovative finance to accelerate China’s decarbonization and support its transition to a green economy.
A new normal after the COVID-19 pandemic requires a green and just economic recovery. Here is our most-read work from 2020 that responds to the challenges, and a preview of what is in stock for 2021.
The incoming Biden Administration has powerful tools to accelerate climate investment.
This update to the Global Landscape of Climate Finance 2019 report offers a preliminary estimate for finance in 2019, drawing on data published in 2020.