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Landscape of climate finance in France 2015 edition – full report

29 March 2016 - Special issues
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  • 09/23/2021
    Indexing capital requirements on climate : What impacts can be expected ?

    As the main financier of the French and European economies, banks play a key role in financing the transition. Their current contribution in France is in the order of 8 billion euros per year, but this will need to more than double according to estimates by I4CE. To accelerate this shift for banking institutions and to prevent their increasing exposures to climate risks, the debate has tended to revolve around whether or not there is a need to reform prudential requirements.

  • 06/20/2017
    Building Blocks of Mainstreaming of Climate Action in Financial Institutions

    Following the landmark events of 2015, international development and climate agendas have become increasingly linked. The Sustainable Development Goals have identified climate action as a central piece of advancing long-term development objectives. For the first time, the Paris Accord has led to both public and private financial institutions being called by the international community to […]

  • 04/24/2020
    Scenario analysis of the issues of the low-carbon transition

    From implementation to disclosure by companies in the TCFD framework   The transition to a low-carbon economy represents risks and opportunities for companies. Indeed, far-reaching changes are expected in socio-economic systems, with uncertainties about their timing and magnitude, and their economic and financial consequences. In this context, forward-looking methods –in particular scenario analysis – are […]

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