Green Fiscal Policy
The Green Fiscal Policy Network works to facilitate knowledge sharing and dialogue on fiscal policies for an inclusive green economy.
Changing Finance to Catalyze Transformation: How Financial Institutions can Accelerate the Transition to an Environmentally Sustainable Economy (UNEP)
The financial sector has an essential role to play in addressing global environmental and social crises. A dramatic transformation of energy, food and waste systems
Current approaches to environmental stewardship are demonstrably failing given the existential threats of climate change and biodiversity loss. Many factors contribute to global environmental degradation, but one that has received relatively little attention is the lack of government transparency and accountability for environmental stewardship compared to other policy domains, and the systematically weak integration of environmental stewardship into overall government strategy and target setting.
Role of Fiscal Policies in a Green COVID-19 Recovery: Experience, Best Practice and Next Steps in the Asia-Pacific Region
This workshop, organized by GFPN and UNESCAP, explored the potential role of green fiscal policies in greening the Covid-19 recovery with the aim of supporting public health efforts, reducing environmental and climate change risks, and strengthening resilience to future crises by embedding inclusive and sustainable socio-economic considerations in national economic planning.
How can fiscal policy support socio-economic development, and the environment? Join H.E. Minister Lee White of Gabon to explore new practical methods for understanding potential
Irish farmers continue to see annual payments penalised for maintaining biodiversity hotspots despite concerns raised by the State over the climate and biodiversity crises.