Between one quarter and one half. That’s how much carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases must fall over the next decade to keep alive the goal of restricting global warming to below 2°C. The fastest and most practical way to achieve this is by creating an international carbon price floor arrangement.
COVID-19 has forced the global economic system to a near-standstill. We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reorient our economy towards a greener, fairer future by investing in natural capital. Yet, so far, governments have dedicated less than 3% of COVID recovery spending to natural capital investments.
This blog is based on a new published report “Financial Sector Taxes and Climate Goals” from the 2° Investing Initiative, an independent, non-profit think tank. The
Dr. Dirk Schoenmaker and Dr. Dion Bongaerts propose green certificates as an alternative green investment structure that they show to be conceptually superior to green
Increased public spending and reduced income has constrained governments’ ability to respond to, and recover from, COVID-19. This has led to an urgent need to
By Vitor Gaspar and Chang Yong Rhee Forget the poetic flap of a butterfly’s wings in Beijing causing rain in Central Park. Climate issues in Asia-Pacific are measured