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A little less than a year ago, France organized the One Planet Summit and, among many commitments, joined the OECD’s Green Budgeting initiative, along with Mexico. A first assessment of these commitments was held on 26th September in New York, and the next steps on this particular initiative unveiled. This includes case studies to assess the […] (...)



The Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS), organized by the State of California from the 12th to the 14th of September, brought together “non-state actors” from around the world – including representatives from states and provinces, regions, cities, businesses, financial institutions and civil society. Its slogan of ‘Taking Ambition to the Next Level’ made clear the […] (...)




At the Global Climate Action Summit, the Climate Action in Financial Institutions Initiative released a Joint Statement demonstrating how financial institutions are supporting local climate action. Since 2016, I4CE houses the Secretariat of the Initiative gathering today 42 financial institutions from around the world with collectively over USD 13 trillion of total assets. The Climate […] (...)




The Banque de France and I4CE are forming a partnership with the objective of enhancing the consideration of climate risks and opportunities by the financial sector. This partnership aims to facilitate the exchange of expertise between the two institutions, and more generally the interactions between researchers, financial sector actors, and public authorities. It will also […] (...)




On Wednesday 11 July in Tunis, Romain Hubert, climate finance specialist at I4CE, participated in a climate risks and opportunities training day for banking sector actors. This followed the participation of Benoit Leguet and Pierre Ducret in a lunch-debate on 18 June to raise awareness of climate change issues among the banking sector, and to […] (...)



I4CE has designed a capacity building programme to facilitate the implementation of carbon pricing policies in Tunisia. Aimed at teams from the United Nations Development Programme and the National Agency for Energy Conservation, this programme is divided into three pillars: Organization and coordination of a two-day national workshop on carbon pricing, Visits to France by […] (...)



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