Tackling the climate, environment and biodiversity crisis
ODI engages in this arena by helping navigate competing visions of a green future to achieve equitable, risk-informed and environmentally sustainable development.
ODI on Climate change
The UK must use its leadership at COP26 to steer international trade on a climate compatible trajectory through greater coordination with climate negotiations.
A fair share of climate finance: apportioning responsibility for the $100 billion climate finance goal
Nearly all wealthy countries are not paying their fair share of climate finance commitments.
This resource looks at the role that central banks and other financial regulators can play in mitigating climate-related risks to financial institutions and systems.
There is now robust scientific evidence to show that heat extremes, heavy precipitation and droughts are increasing in frequency across the world.
The recently launched Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) can incentivise the financial sector to shift towards nature-positive investments, but change must be driven from both public and private sectors.