‘Green’ assets will be less risky than ‘brown’ ones.
Measuring what matters.
Communications is now an indispensable pillar
The fact is that our economies are entirely dependent upon the environment and the natural world.
Ninety-three per cent of climate finance is not sufficiently transparent to be tracked to the its end use.
Threats are coming into sharp focus.
Women are overlooked, undervalued and underestimated
The fund reaches geographically remote communities that are largely excluded from social programmes and government services, including indigenous peoples, afro-brazilian communities, subsistence farmers and women.
One element to make it possible for the poorest countries to be able to do this is climate finance.
Women are among the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the world. What role do their burgeoning forest and farm businesses play in safeguarding biodiversity?
Clare shakya argues that supporting their efforts requires a shift away from business-as-usual.
Ahead of international women’s day, brianna craft and samantha mccraine take a closer look at how well women are represented in spaces where international decisions on climate change are made.Women in the un climate negotiations: Are we tipping the balance?
Benefits of aligning global rmfs with national m&e systems
How can we channel the energy behind the #metoo movement to bolster the global fight against climate change?
As urban centres grow rapidly, inadequate housing and the lack of basic infrastructure and services affect a large and growing share of their population.
The climate emergency is not always a priority in development agencies’ planning.