Sustainable Finance Progress Report

Author: Marcos Mancini

Inquiry Publications

  • Environmental Data Dialogues in Mexico

    Date: 10-Dec-2018

    The objective of this paper is to catalyse a dialogue between environmental data suppliers in Mexico (e.g. National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), Environment and Natural Resource Secretary (SEMARNAT), National Biodiversity Commission (CONABIO)) and environmental data users (e.g. banks, insurance companies, asset managers, asset owners) in order to further integrate the use of publicly

  • Aligning Climate Finance to the effective implementation of NDCs and to LTSs

    Date: 05-Dec-2018

    The purpose of this paper is to propose mechanisms to improve the alignment of international climate finance with national priorities for the implementation of the Paris Agreement Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), by mapping practice and identifying barriers to the alignment of finance by Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) – which include Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and

  • Capitalizing Sustainable Finance in Argentina

    Date: 13-Dec-2018

    Argentina’s G20 presidency in 2018 provides a unique window for the country to scale up its current efforts and embrace the opportunities presented by sustainable finance. These opportunities include promoting financial system shifts, including via market innovations and voluntary standards, public-private partnerships, and supporting policy, regulatory and fiscal reforms. This report provides a comprehensive analysis

  • Sustainable Finance Progress Report

    Date: 05-Mar-2019

    Sustainable finance has developed at a considerable pace when measured against various yardsticks. Sustainable finance has also become an established part of the G20 and other international fora. Sustainability-related considerations and more recently, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), are increasingly factored into investment decision-making and product development in a growing number of financial institutions including

  • Mainstreaming Sustainable Finance

    Date: 18-Jul-2018

    This briefing summarises the discussions held during the “Mainstreaming Sustainable Finance” event in Washington, D.C. on 20 April 2018. At this convening; senior policymakers and private financial sector leaders shared perspectives on the rapidly changing landscape for sustainable finance and focused on: sustainable finance for reducing inequality; sustainable finance in emerging markets; and investor perspectives

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