Op-ed on climate finance for COP21 – On the road to the USD 100bn for the climate

8 October 2015 - Foreword of the week
  • On the road to the USD 100bn for the climate: what can we expect from Finance Ministers meetings in Lima?

Ian Cochran and Romain Morel have published an op-ed on the French Huffington Post to explain what is at stake concerning the $ 100 Bn and the ministerial meeting happening this week in Lima.

The 1-2-3s of the $ 100 Bn are discussed:

  • One: What is the USD 100 billion and why is it important?
  • Two: Why should climate finance ‘bean counting’ make it to a minister’s agenda?
  • Three: Why this methodological issue is important, but may be missing the larger question question?

You can find the English version of this op-ed on the website of Jean Jaurès Foundation “Progressives for Climate

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