This report addresses the types of decisions that governments can take to stimulate financial involvement in climate change solutions. It seeks to identify the priority actions that financial institutions may need in future agreements to enable them to provide the scale of finance and support required for both mitigation and adaptation. The report focuses on six critical areas where governments should seek to enhance financial sector involvement: low-carbon investments in developing countries; flexible mechanism operation; low-carbon technology development and deployment in developing countries; international carbon insurance vehicle creation; enhanced investment in low-carbon buildings; and application of insurance mechanisms for adaptation.
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Financing a Global Deal on Climate Change (722.47 KB)