Green Bond Market Survey for Indonesia: Insights on the Perspectives of Institutional Investors and Underwriters
This publication shares the results of a survey to help identify drivers, impediments, and priorities for Indonesia’s sustainable finance market to inform support for its development. The survey assessed institutional
Share of emissions covered by carbon prices is rising, OECD data shows
As part of their efforts to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, countries have increased their use of carbon pricing through taxes or emissions trading systems, with coverage increasing across countries
Environmental taxes and green technology adoption: evidence from Spain
How to design environmental taxes such as to reduce levels of contamination? What is the level of environmental taxation that encourages industry to adopt green technologies? How to combine environmental taxation with subsidies?
Toward Successful Development Policies : Insights from Research in Development Economics (World Bank Working Paper)
What major insights have emerged from development economics in the past decade, and how do they matter for the World Bank? This challenging question was recently posed by World Bank
Are We Building Back Better – COP26 Update
Building Back Better Update – COP26: Governments are not reorienting their economies to a green future and vulnerable nations are being left behind Although COP26 has been anticipated as an
Carbon border taxes: What are their implications for developing countries?
Although developing countries may gain significantly from global mitigation efforts in the long run, given their greater exposure to climate risks, in the short run they may have little incentive to undertake costly emission reductions. Can the CBAM incentivize them to comply?