Financing climate resilience in developing countries
Ben Broche, Climate Policy Initiative
From 2003 to 2013, natural disasters caused $1.5 trillion in economic damages worldwide, with $550 billion in developing countries. As climate change worsens, so will these challenges, with sectors like agriculture and infrastructure particularly vulnerable. There are emerging solutions for scaling private finance for climate resilience. For example, the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance has launched financial instruments that have raised over $1 billion for mitigation and adaptation projects. This panel organized by Climate Policy Initiative will bring together experts to share emerging solutions to drive private finance for climate resilience in developing countries.
adaptation, agriculture, climate, climate change, climate finance, Climate Resilience, emerging markets, energy, environment, green finance, impact investment, infrastructure, innovation, private investment, Sustainable Development
- Dr. Barbara Buchner, Executive Director, Climate Policy Initiative - Other experts in finance for climate resilience and adaptation, from the Lab’s network of over 60 high-level advisory member organizations and 33 entrepreneurs of innovative solutions - a list of our members and partners can be found here: https://www.climatefinancelab.org/the-partners/