Climate finance investments need a clear purpose, showing how these investments will help climate mitigation by reducing greenhouse gas emissions or how they will help climate adaptation by improving the resilience of infrastructure, communities, and livelihoods.
Education is a fundamental tool for advancing action on climate change, yet it has not been adequately tapped for its potential.
With the right policies, the Yellow River can help the People’s Republic of China achieve its goals for ecological sustainability and economic growth.
Climate change is now being felt at the dining table and the consumer’s wallet. The prices of food and many other products and services are soaring, and one of the causes is “climate change inflation”.
Smaller power generation and storage technologies, known as distributed energy resources, can help developing countries move to carbon neutrality.
Policymakers need to take bold action on several fronts related to energy to make progress in the fight against climate change.
Carbon pricing – the cost of the damage caused by climate change – can be an important part of a broader climate policy that creates incentives to reduce emissions.
Waste-to-energy projects, particularly those dealing with the methane produced from landfills, are critical for addressing climate change.
These charts illustrate the environmental impact of agriculture in Asia and the need to move toward sustainable and healthy diets that are also environmentally friendly and affordable.
To rebuild greener and address climate challenges, the People’s Republic of China should “green” its investments, financing tools and fiscal spending while at the same time developing a robust monitoring and evaluation framework.