In cooperation with the G7 Research Group and G20 Research Group

Mobilising climate finance

Download the essential report on mobilising $53 trillion to reach global climate targets.

• What is the climate finance challenge, what progress has been made so far and who is taking action?
• How will governments find the $100 billion per annum by 2020 that rich countries promised to the developing world in 2009?
• International momentum is crucial, but what are the potential pathways to success from public, private and civil entities?

“We need far more capital for low-carbon assets, considerably less capital for high-carbon investments and much deeper resilience to mounting climate shocks, particularly in the developing world.”
Nick Robins
United Nations Environment Programme Inquiry

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