Vice-présidente, Développement durable
Rachel Kyte is World Bank Group vice president and special envoy for climate change. She oversees work on climate change adaptation, mitigation, and climate finance taking place across the institutions of the World Bank Group, including the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD); the International Development Association (IDA), the World Bank's fund for the poorest; the International Finance Corporation (IFC); and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA); as well as the World Bank Institute and the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery. She previously served as World Bank vice president for sustainable development and was the International Finance Corporation's vice president for business advisory services and a member of IFC's management team.
- In Aspen, Bringing Climate & Energy Policy Back from Partisanship
- Risk & Resilience in the Wake of the Typhoon: Tacloban Rebuilds
- Sustainable Development Gains Require Greater Climate and Disaster Resilience
- Treading Water While Sea Levels Rise
- One Bloc Moving Climate Progress Forward at Warsaw
- One Investment that Can Make Unhealthy Cities Livable and Fight Climate Change: Sustainable Transportation
- Shaping the Next Generation of Carbon Markets
- Talking to the UN Security Council about Climate Change
- Doha: keeping hope alive - just
- Climate Lessons from a Hotter Arab World
- A Wake Up Call
- It’s a make-or-break decade for action on climate change
- Celebrating 25 Years of the Montreal Protocol - and Looking Ahead
- Making carbon finance work for the poor
- Stuck Between Doha and Durban?
- Working together on adaptation-based mitigation
- From Forest Day - The No-Regrets Option
- Saturday in Durban was agriculture day, and focus was on Africa
- Una conservación rentable de la biodiversidad
- Seeking sustainable development in a climate changed world
- What is the best way to fail?
- Where does big business fit into Copenhagen 15?
- IFC and S&P create Emerging Markets Carbon Efficiency Index
- How to govern climate-change funds
- Second-day optimism in Copenhagen