Environmentally sustainable post-COVID-19 spending in Latin America and the Caribbean lags behind the rest of the world, according to a new platform co-developed by the University of Oxford that showcases real-time data from 33 countries.
News, indicators and facts of the work of the Green Fiscal Policy Network and our partners in Chile.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is recommending that finance and planning ministries in Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) consider fiscal policies to accelerate the transition to green economies and pave the way for the region to meet decarbonisation goals.
P4G Seoul Summit unites world leaders for inclusive green recovery, serves as stepping stone for next climate COP
P4G Seoul Summit wrapped up on May 31, proclaiming global inclusive green growth in Seoul Declaration. The Summit called for global cooperation in climate change response; developed countries announce support for
The role of green fiscal policy in the recovery from COVID-19: Experiences, good practices and next steps in Latin America and the Caribbean (UN ECLAC)
Objective: Exploring the role of green fiscal policies in greening a COVID-19 recovery with the aim of supporting public health efforts, reducing environmental and climate change risks, and strengthening resilience
27 November 2019: The simple fact that the popular uprising in Chile was triggered by a fare increase for probably one of the “greenest” metros in the world shines the
23 March 2017 – The President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, hosted a lunch for Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, business leaders and civil society organizations to discuss the need
The 2013 OECD Inventory of Estimated Budgetary Support and Tax Expenditures for Fossil Fuels identifies and estimates direct budgetary transfers and tax expenditures relating to fossil fuel production and consumption.
This Policy Research working paper is a product of the Energy and Extractives Global Practice Group at the World Bank Group. The paper provides an overview of experiences with fossil