Climate projects in action
Discover investable projects aimed at advancing climate action across the world
Amman’s water desalination project: Providing water security for 8.5m people in Jordan
Jordan is one of the world’s most water-scarce countries. Find out why investment is needed for the Aqaba Amman Water Desalination and Conveyance Project which will provide water for eight million people and run on renewable energy.READ MORE
Financing urban mobility to improve energy efficiency in Tunisia
Listen to Fathia Nejri, Director of Strategy and Projects for Tunisia’s Ministry of Transport explain why investing in additional metro lines will benefit the health, wealth and livelihoods of the country and its people.READ MORE
Investments to build resilience for over 250,000 people in Algeria
Find out why investment in two land restoration projects in Algeria could result in the carbon removal capacity of nearly 60,000 tonnes of CO2 per hectare and enhance the climate resilience of over 250,000 people.READ MORE
Biking by Battery in East Africa with Ampersand
Ampersand is an e-mobility venture operating in Rwanda and Kenya, providing 2-wheeled electric vehicles and EV charging infrastructure. Brady Grimes explains how Ampersand is revolutionizing the motorcycle taxi market in East Africa. Watch it hereREAD MORE
TACKLING DEFORESTATION + SCALING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS (NbS)FIND OUT MORE
A KEY OPPORTUNITY
Tackling forest deforestation related to forest-risk agricultural commodities represents a key opportunity and imperative for the financial sector toward meeting net zero commitments through engaging with key investees and clients to halt deforestation across soft commodity supply chains, while financing and investing in nature-based solutions. Finance Sector Deforestation Action (FSDA) is a results-driven collaborative of financial institutions that unites signatory organisations around a shared engagement approach to tackling deforestation, creating essential convergence across other climate and nature-related initiatives.FIND OUT MORE
Regional Platforms for Climate Projects, Assets to Flows 2023: Not enough finance is getting to the people and places that need it most
A significant push is still required to meaningfully improve the scale, quality and pace of investment and finance for projects supporting the climate change agenda, particularly in developing countries, according to the latest Assets to Flows report, launched today at COP28.
With COP28 just three weeks away, the UN Climate Change High-Level Champions, together with the COP27 and COP28 Presidencies and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for West Asia (ESCWA) hosted the Second Arab Regional Forum on Climate Finance at the Dubai International Financial Centre.
This week, the Building Bridges conference in Geneva brought together over 2000 delegates to discuss the importance of shaping a global economic model aligned with the needs of sustainable and just societies already confronting the negative impacts of climate change.
Funding the climate finance gap in Latin America and the Caribbean: Regional Platform for Climate Projects in Chile highlights investment opportunity in critical climate projects
The High-Level Champions, together with the COP27 and COP28 Presidencies, and the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) yesterday hosted a regional platform for climate projects in Santiago to highlight the significant role private finance can play in addressing climate change including investing in regional, investable, shovel-ready projects.
With four months until COP28, partner organizations of the Mangrove Breakthrough recently met to accelerate efforts to unlock $4 billion USD in funding and secure the future of 15 million hectares of mangrove forests by 2030.