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Governance, cooperation and law

Subnational climate finance: filling the gap

Subnational climate finance: filling the gap

Cities, states, provinces, and other subnational governments are taking a leadership role in fighting climate change. But how will they pay for it?  New mechanisms are starting to fill the gap. Global investment in addressing climate change totalled $437 billion in 2015 and $383 billion in 2016. Despite these volumes, getting […]

by × 21 November 2017 ×

BSG Alumni, BSG Faculty, Governance, cooperation and law

General session of the COP21 for the adoption of the Paris Agreement. (Credit: Arnaud Bouissou MEDDE/SG COP21)

After Paris, it’s “all hands on deck” for climate finance

The December 2015 UN climate summit in Paris marked a historic step forward in international efforts to combat climate change, producing a new climate agreement that includes national commitments by 189 countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. While these commitments will need to be fulfilled and then ratcheted up in […]

by × 12 February 2016 ×