Reply to: Helping cities finance sustainable urban development
Need green finance.
Reply to: Greenhouse gas accounting: A step forward for climate-smart agriculture
This tool will be useful for the study I intend to carry out on climate smart agriculture. I would like to know how I would be trained on how to apply it.
Reply to: Energy storage can open doors to clean energy solutions in emerging markets
Corporations around the globe believe it’s important to pursue sustainability, which includes renewable energy power generation. Energy Storageis really important to derive the benefits of renewable energy and unlocking the benefits of the local generation of clean resilient energy supply.
Reply to: Cracking open the green bond market – What’s next?
Good thoughts here!! Developed and developing countries face rising financial challenges from climate change. Green bonds are the perfect tools to finance railways, roads, airports, buildings, energy and water infrastructure, while at the same time achieving positive returns for the environment and society.
All the projects financed by green bonds have positive, climate-friendly spillovers, mitigating the downside risks of traditional fixed income instruments. As green bonds have a high degree of transparency, investors can also quantify the benefits of investing in them using accessible metrics (reduced CO2, for instance, or gigawatt hours (GWh) of clean energy produced).
Reply to: Why finance ministers may hold the keys to climate action
Excellent points on the MF role and need for correct pricing but rather misleading and detracting image selection
There are many examples of on-going Climate Change (-driven) impacts but the 2018 Kerala disaster was not one of them.