Roster of experts available for interviews with journalists
When western governments are talking about climate finance they rapidly tend to focus on the potential of "private finance". Considering the impacts of the financial crisis and the difficulties to mobilize public sources, this is an obvious choice. However, there is no pile of cash lying around with a sign "private finance".
DanChurchAid, the Danish member of the…Continue
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Singapore, 12 April 2012 – Nexus launched an initiative to enable companies and public institutions to support access to clean energy and water for the poorest populations of developing countries.
An increasing number of organizations are “offsetting” their greenhouse gas emissions, by supporting clean development projects in…
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A small tax on international airline tickets could raise US$10 billion a year to help people to adapt to the impacts of climate change, say economists at the International Institute for Environment and Development.
Tom Birch and Muyeye Chambwera make the case for such a tax in a briefing paper to be published online on Monday 4 April, as the latest round of intergovernmental negotiations on how to tackle climate change get under way in Bangkok,…Continue
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On the eve of Cancun some are pressing that negotiating parties guarantee the future of carbon trading.
During a three-day official visit to Vietnam,…Continue
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