By Charlotte Owen-Burge | August 4, 2021

Initiative overview: Launched in 2019 by Willis Towers Watson, the World Economic Forum, the Global Commission on Adaptation and the UK Government, the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment is a private sector-led initiative to support investment decision makers in better understanding and managing physical climate risk, advancing solutions and creating opportunities to build a network of resilient infrastructure in the most vulnerable and advanced economies.

Benefits: Membership allows institutions to participate in knowledge-exchange, leverage expertise, networks and practical experience, and to contribute to the development of tools and solutions at the leading-edge of climate impact and finance innovation.

Geographies: SIDS: Jamaica. Plans to expand internationally including to Australia, Egypt, Asia and Africa.

Case studies: A Physical Climate Risk Assessment Methodology for infrastructure investments, a Resilience Credit Quality Driver Scorecard and a National Investment Prioritisation tool (in Jamaica) are just some of the tools and solutions developed by CCRI members this year.

Suitable for: Businesses, civil society, financial institutions and governments.

How to join: CCRI members contribute through their time, expertise and endorsement – there is no fee to join. Interested institutions may join by invitation or application, usually starting with a broad expression of support to the Coalition.


Contact Name / Email: Margarete Ciuk /