Investors’ call at COP 23: give us projects to invest in

Financial institutions will be making a flurry of announcements at the COP 23 climate change conference in Bonn over the next fortnight, detailing new initiatives and pledges. But more important may be any signs that countries are getting better at turning their climate ambitions into projects investors can put money into.

  • By Jon Hay
  • 07 Nov 2017

The main business of this Conference of Parties meeting is procedural — setting up two processes that have to happen in 2018 to support the Paris Agreement: writing the rulebook and beginning the process of countries making their Paris commitments more ambitious.

“Candidly, this is a COP ...

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