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Catalysing private and public action for climate change mitigation: the World Bank’s role in international carbon markets

This policy analysis examines the role of the World Bank in shaping and stimulating international carbon markets.

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Do Multilateral Development Bank Trust Funds Allocate Climate Finance Efficiently?

In this paper, we provide an overview of the rising number of climate-related trust funds at multilateral development banks (MDBs).

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New study on climate change trust funds at multilateral development banks

Over 160 financial vehicles, mainly at the World Bank, engage in climate change mitigation and adaptation but are surprisingly opaque

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Climate Finance Innovators project publishes new study on CDM transition

Policy brief discusses issues relevant to the transition of the CDM to the new Article 6.4 Mechanism, with a focus on their significance for Africa.

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Potentially fatal: lockdown measures in developing countries

Axel und Katharina Michaelowa discuss impacts of coronavirus lockdown measures in E+Z e-Paper.

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New study on Export Credit Agencies (ECAs)

Perspectives reviewed internal policies and commitments of ECAs regarding GHG emissions intensity of their portfolios.

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Supporting the Eastern Africa Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance

The Climate Finance Innovators Project is now a technical partner of the Eastern Africa Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance

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COP 25 key outcomes

Axel Michaelowa and Aglaja Espelage contribute to ECBI summary of the Madrid COP results.

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Summary and evaluation of COP 25

Axel Michaelowa, supported by the Perspectives COP 25 Team, shares his assessment of COP 25 negotiations.

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New insights on corresponding adjustments under Article 6

Axel Michaelowa and Aglaja Espelage have contributed to a study analysing key challenges for Article 6 transfers of mitigation outcomes.

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