An independent website that provides information and data on the growing number of multilateral climate finance initiatives designed to help developing countries address the challenges of climate change.
The UN's Conference of the Parties (COP) is an annual global climate summit, during which action for climate policy is negotiated. The latest COP 24 took place in Katowice, Poland on December 3rd - 14th.
While US companies might dominate the tech industry, the European Union is leading the way on digital rights. By regulating a key part of the global market, the EU has put data protection on the agenda around the world. In the United States, reeling from the realisation that the control of data affords Big Tech enormous economic and political power, politicians from both sides are now calling for reform.
How are private investors financing infrastructure — especially institutional investors, such as pension funds, which hold over $100 trillion? And can these investors help achieve public goods, such no carbon economies? An introduction to global infrastructure projects.
As the Trump administration puts pressure on Chinese telecom giant Huawei to block its dominance in developing future 5G networks, small European competitors are pitching themselves as more secure alternatives
The Investment Plan for Europe, the Program for Infrastructure Development in Africa, and the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative all seek to promote infrastructure investment - but involve significant risks regarding environmental sustainability, social impacts, and unfavorable technological lock-ins for the next decades.