Climate Governance, Financing & Sustainable Development

Roadmap 2030 Getting started on Physical climate risk analysis in finance - Available approaches and the way forward
EXPLORING NATURAL CAPITAL OPPORTUNITIES, RISKS AND EXPOSURE Climate liability is on the rise. Here's what it looks like
Climate change to shrink economies of rich, poor, hot and cold countries alike unless Paris Agreement holds Climate Change Will Cost Us Even More Than We Think
Climate Finance for Addressing Loss and Damage Driving Finance Today for the Climate Resilient Society of Tomorrow
How climate change sparks innovation for fragile communities How Cities Are Paying for Climate Resilience
Principles on Investment and Financing for Water-related Disaster Risk Reduction Navigating a new climate
The new climate economy Stranded Carbon Assets
Delaying climate policy would triple short-term mitigation costs World Bank Policies Include Screening for Climate Risks
Counting catastrophe's cost Variation in Investment Risk Affects the Cost of Slowing Global Warming
Web-based tool helps users to quantify the costs of climate risks Does adaptation finance invest in disaster risk reduction?
From risk to return: investing in climate change adaptation Climate Information Needs for Financial Decision Making
Using Climate Data A Resource Guide to Climate Finance
The Smallholder Advantage Leveraging catastrophe bonds
New ways to lower investment risk seek to propel climate action Supporting Access to Finance for Climate Action
A Transition in Thinking and Action Investing in climate resilience means doing development differently
Fiscal Policies for Development and Climate Action The One Planet Sovereign Wealth Fund Framework
Climate Finance Shadow Report 2018 What does the IPCC SPECIAL REPORT mean for the banking sector?
Moving beyond benefit-cost analysis of climate change Closing the protection gap
On buying insurance, and ignoring cost-benefit analysis The impact of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures
The Planetary Accounting Framework Transition Risk Framework
New international standard helps organizations adapt to climate change Will the private sector pay the climate bill?
The plumbing of adaptation finance Sustainable capitalism, transitioning to a low-carbon economy
Global investor survey on climate change Putting a price tag on the 2° climate target
Trends in private sector climate finance Climate resilience and financial services
Financing change: How to mobilize private- sector financing for sustainable infrastructure Investing in the climate
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures: Status Report Directors are in the crosshairs of corporate climate litigation
Moody’s Buys Climate Data Firm, Signaling New Scrutiny of Climate Risks CDP REPORTING DATA SUGGESTS WORLD’S BIGGEST FIRMS ARE UNDERESTIMATING CLIMATE RISKS
How to Set Up Effective Climate Governance on Corporate Boards Private-sector led Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment
Leading financial firms commit to improved transparency on the risks of climate change A framework for mobilizing private finance and tracking the delivery of adaptation benefits
Firms ignoring climate crisis will go bankrupt, says Mark Carney UBC researchers provide recommendations for $100 billion in annual climate change aid
Climate deal leaves questions on green fund and tech transfer Why Is Climate Finance So Hard to Define?
Climate Finance: challenges and responses South Korea pledges $40 million to Green Climate Fund
How can the Green Climate Fund initiate a paradigm shift? Adaptation and the $100 billion commitment
Mobilising international climate finance Addressing the barriers to climate investment
Can new global fund rescue those worst hit by climate change? The status of climate finance at COP20, Lima
Green Climate Fund to start funding projects in 20 Even With Emissions Cuts, Climate Change Adaptation Costs Likely to Hit 2-3 Times Current Estimates of $70-100 Billion per Year
Biennial Assessment and Overview of Climate Finance Flows 2014 With $10bn banked, what next for the Green Climate Fund?
Climate finance: is it making a difference? Climate finance for cities
What Counts: Tools to Help Define and Understand Progress Towards the $100 Billion Climate Finance Commitment Climate aid from rich nations at $62 bn in 2014: report
Development banks pledge $15 bln in new climate funds: officials Climate finance in 2013-14 and the USD 100 billion goal
Global Landscape of Climate Finance 2015 10 things to know about climate finance in 2015
Designing climate change projects that attract climate finance: Lessons from Lima $81 Billion Mobilized in 2015 to Tackle Climate Change
Obama administration gives another $500M to U.N.'s Green Climate Fund Global Climate Fund project toolkit 2017
Financing urban adaptation to climate change Delivering real change Getting international climate finance to the local level
Economic Instruments to Support Investment in Green Stormwater Infrastructure Green Climate Fund Proposal Toolkit 2017
Only about 10% of available climate finance reaches local level Least Developed Countries climate adaptation fund gets $200m boost
World Bank Climate Finance & Bangladesh Promoting the use of climate information to achieve long-term development objectives in sub-Saharan Africa
Development Banks Agree Common Approach to Measure Climate Finance Participatory Planning for Climate Compatible Development in Maputo, Mozambique
Which countries are most at risk from climate change and how can we help? Climate resilient development: Experience from an African capacity development programme
Mobilizing private finance: Unlocking the potential of Rwanda’s businesses to drive climate change adaptation Commonwealth sets up $1 billion green finance facility
Greening Finance: embedding sustainability in UK financial decision making Climate Change Heats up UK Insurance “Stress Test”
Three of Australia's big four banks reviewing exposure to fossil fuels Climate change and the Australian economy
Delivering on US Climate Finance Commitments Financing for Development -- U.S. Government Development Priorities
Assessing Exposure to Climate Change in U.S. Munis Deutsche Bank Deploys Tool to Map Climate Investment Risks
Fossil fuel subsidies reach US$87 billion in EU countries – and they’re growing Mainstreaming of climate extreme risk into Austrian fiscal and budgetary planning
Knowledge and management of transnational climate change risks in selected (EU) countriesd Economic losses from climate-related extremes in Europe