Climat : papiers de recherche moissonnés du 22 au 26 juin 2015

• Mainstreaming Climate Change into Financial Governance: Rationale and Entry Points / S. Zou, R. Morel, T. Spencer, I. Cochran, M. Colombier. Waterloo : CIGI, June 2015, 12 p. (Policy brief. Fixing Climate Governance Series ; n° 5)

Cet article montre dans quelle mesure les agendas climatique (politiques climatiques) et financier (gouvernance du secteur) sont interconnectés. Dans ce cadre, une mise en cohérence des politiques et un soutien mutuel est important pour à la fois lutter contre le changement climatique et assurer la stabilité du secteur de la finance, aux niveaux national et international…

Black Carbon Finance Study Group Report 2015. CCAC. UNEP ; World Bank, 2015, 72 p.

Reducing black carbon emissions could prevent millions of premature deaths annually and play an important role in the global fight against climate change. Yet despite these benefits, an array of black carbon abatement measures that are technically within reach have not yet been financed and deployed to their full potential.

• Mainstreaming Climate Change into Financial Governance: Rationale and Entry Points / Sáni Zou, Romain Morel, Thomas Spencer, Ian Cochran and Michel Colombier. Waterloo (Canada) : Centre for International Governance Innovation, June 2015, 12 p. (Policy Brief. Fixing Climate Governance Series n° 5)

The fifth policy brief in the Fixing Climate Governance series argues that while crucial, classic climate policies do not appear sufficient to address the challenges from climate change that the financial sector is facing. Policies affecting and instruments matching the demand side and supply side of finance need to be aligned with climate objectives to efficiently shift investments toward a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy.

• Climate finance for cities: how can climate funds best support low-carbon and climate resilient urban development? / Sam Barnard. ODI working paper n° 419, London, Overseas Development Institute,June 2015, 28 p.

An analysis of how multilateral climate funds have attempted to support urban mitigation and adaptation responses. It discusses the implications for ongoing attempts to encourage low-carbon and climate resilient urban development.


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