Shaking the money pot to protect nature
Nature gives us a lot: water, timber, minerals, biodiversity, food, clean air…The perceived abundance of natural capital, often treated as endless and free, is leading to overuse and underinvestment. With
CAPE: A Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Exchange for Finance Ministers to Combat Climate Change
From instituting carbon taxes to strengthening social and economic resilience, finance ministers have access to a wide range of policy instruments with which to manage the effects of climate change.
Mobilizing revenue for development: Getting the fiscal regime for extractives right
The fiscal regime governs the way in which mineral rents are shared between the state and the investor. A well-designed fiscal regime is essential to attract investment for the development