The devastation and destruction of climate change will only worsen if we fail to act now Kristalina Georgieva November 4, 2022 Just this year we’ve seen the increasingly devastating effects of climate change—human tragedy and economic upheaval.
Early rollout of climate-mitigation strategies will help countries meet their Paris Agreement commitments and smooth the low-carbon transition Jihad Azour, Gareth Anderson, Ling Zhu November 6, 2022 Nearly all 32 countries in the Middle East and Central Asia have.
Innovative instruments and equity finance are needed to enhance risk-sharing through public-private partnerships and maximize the impact of scarce public funds Emerging market and developing economies account for two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions, and.
A new data gaps initiative will play an important role in addressing climate-related data deficits Bo Li, Bert Kroese November 28, 2022 A famous physicist once said: “When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it.
Innovative debt swaps can help governments that have limited access to traditional grants or debt relief Kristalina Georgieva, Marcos Chamon, Vimal Thakoor December 14, 2022 Countries that are most vulnerable to climate change—and the associated loss of natural biodiversity—are.
With the right tools, policymakers can help to manage the climate risks impacting economies and financial systems Tobias Adrian, Vikram Haksar, Ivo Krznar January 4, 2023 When it comes to the devastating impact of climate change, most people think.
Novel survey shows how concerned people are about climate change, how they view mitigation polices, and what drives support for climate action Bo Li, Era Dabla-Norris, Krishna Srinivasan February 9, 2023 People across the world worry about climate change,.
A coordinated approach, including toward subsidies, is needed to tackle climate change successfully Alfred Kammer May 11, 2023 Governments across the world are using subsidies to support the green transition. Green subsidies can be helpful where there.
The region has received minimal private climate financing despite being highly vulnerable to climate disasters and having the greatest need Alejandro Guerson, James Morsink, Sònia Muñoz June 27, 2023 The Caribbean is the most exposed region to climate-related natural.
Scaling back subsidies would reduce air pollution, generate revenue, and make a major contribution to slowing climate change. Fossil-fuel subsidies surged to a record $7 trillion last year as governments supported consumers and businesses during.