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The New Collective Quantified Goal

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  1. Will the World Bank make good on the loss and damage fund?

    Expert comment

  2. Putting climate-resilient development at the heart of equitable implementation of Article 2, paragraph 1(c) of the Paris Agreement: Could it scale adaptation finance?

    Research report

  3. Scaling up just energy transitions through country sector platforms

    Expert comment

  4. How can the new climate finance goal learn from past mistakes?

    Expert comment

  5. The end of the fossil fuel era? Four ways COP28 should ensure that fossil fuels aren’t let off the hook

    Expert comment

  6. Putting climate resilient development at the heart of Article 2.1c to further its equitable implementation

    Expert comment

  7. Taking stock of Just Energy Transition Partnerships

    Briefing/policy paper

  8. Stories of Resilience: Lessons from Local Adaptation Practice

    Research report

  9. Gender equality targeting in adaptation finance

    Briefing/policy paper

  10. Bridging the gap: the UK's climate finance commitment still falls short

    Expert comment

  11. What do we have to lose? Understanding and responding to non-economic Loss & Damage.

    Project

  12. Stepping out of the shadows: why it is time to recognise and empower National Development Banks in the G20 and beyond to support the Green Transition

    Event

  13. A Fair Share of Climate Finance

    Project

  14. The New Collective Quantified Goal and its sources of funding: operationalising a collective effort

    Working paper

  15. Four cost-effective ways the U.S. can pay its “fair share” of climate finance

    Expert comment

  16. What do we have to lose? Understanding and responding to climate-induced loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services

    Research report

  17. What do we have to lose? Understanding and responding to climate-induced loss of life and health

    Research report

  18. The Justice Considerations of Just Energy Transitions Partnerships (JETPs)

    Event

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