Dec 2019
Author(s): Frisari, Giovanni Leo; Gallardo, Matías; Nakano, Chiemi; Cárdenas, Víctor; Monnin, Pierre
In Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), regional supervisors and regulators have not yet explicitly included nor addressed climate-related risks in binding regulations and/or supervisory measures…
Apr 2017
Author(s): United Nations (UN); World Bank; New Development Bank; Islamic Development Bank; Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank; Asian Development Bank (ADB); African Development Bank (AfDB); Inter American Development Bank; European Investment Bank (EIB); European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD); International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Closing the world's infrastructure gap would take $1 to $1.5 trillion annually. The Global Infrastructure Forum aims to discuss opportunities to harness public and private resources to close…
Sep 2014
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank; African Development Bank (AfDB); Asian Development Bank (ADB); European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD); European Investment Bank (EIB); International Finance Corporation (IFC); World Bank
This is the third edition of the joint MDB Report on Climate Finance and the information provided has been expanded to include a better sectoral breakdown, and split by public and private operations…
Nov 2013
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank; African Development Bank (AfDB); Asian Development Bank (ADB); European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD); European Investment Bank (EIB); International Finance Corporation (IFC); World Bank
The Joint MDB Report on Climate Finance is now in its second year, and the information provided has been expanded to include a better sectoral as well as a regional breakdown of MDB financing. This…
Dec 2012
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank; African Development Bank (AfDB); Asian Development Bank (ADB); European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD); European Investment Bank (EIB); International Finance Corporation (IFC); World Bank
The international community recognizes the need to join forces to avert dangerous climate change. This requires mobilizing financial resources from a wide range of sources, public and private,…
May 2011
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank; African Development Bank (AfDB); Asian Development Bank (ADB); European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD); European Investment Bank (EIB); International Finance Corporation (IFC); World Bank
The international community recognizes the need to join forces to avert dangerous climate change. This requires mobilizing financial resources from a wide range of sources, public and private,…