Environment

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CIF civil society and indigenous peoples observers

3 October 2013

Africa Asia/Pacific Latin America Developed countries Indigenous peoples
CTF Joseph Adelegan, Global Network for Environment and Economic Development Research, Nigeria Elpidio Peria, Biodiversity, Innovation, and Trade Society Policy Centre, Philippines Sergio Sanchez, Clean Air Institute, Mexico Clifford Polycarp, World Resources Institute, USA
SCF Judy Ndichu, Transparency International, Kenya 

 

Archana Godbole, Applied Environmental Research Foundation, India Fernanda Gebara, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil Adrian Rimmer, The Gold Standard Foundation, Switzerland  Grace Balawag, TEBTEBBA Foundation, PhilippinesLegborsi  Saro Pyagbara, The movement for the survival of the Ogoni People, Nigeria
SREP Judy Ndichu, Transparency International, Kenya Padam Hamal, Neighbour Organisation, Nepal Juan Diego Osorio de Armero, Asociación Hondureña de Pequeños Productores de Energía Renovable, Honduras[1] Adrian Rimmer, The Gold Standard Foundation, Switzerland Legborsi  Saro Pyagbara, The movement for the survival of the Ogoni People, NigeriaHortencia Hidalgo, Network of Indigenous Women on Biodiversity of Latin America, Chile
FIP Gertrude Kenyangi, Support for Women in Agriculture and Environment, Uganda Archana Godbole, Applied Environmental Research Foundation, India Fernanda Gebara, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil Rick Jacobsen, Global Witness, UK Juan Carlos Jintiach, COICA, EcuadorKhamla Soubandith, CKSA, Laos

 

Alternates:

Saoudata Aboubacrine, Tinhinane, Burkina Faso

 

Marcial Arias, CICA, Panama

PPCR Camilo Nhancale, Kuwuka JDA, MozambiqueAyouba Abdou Sani, Jeunes Volonatires Pour L’Environmen, Niger Marion Verles, Nexus, Cambodia David Luther, Instituto Dominicano de Desarallo Integral, Dominican Republic Nathalie Eddy, Global Gender and Climate Alliance, USA Mrinal KantiTripura, Maleya Foundation, BangladeshFiu Mataese Elisara, OLSSI, Samoa


[1] Replacing Bessy Bendana, Asociación Hondureña de Pequeños Productores de Energía Renovable, Honduras

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Environment

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26 September 2018 | Inside the institutions

Carbon finance: The role of the World Bank in carbon trading markets

This Inside the Institutions looks at the role of the World Bank in carbon finance initiatives

Environment

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25 April 2017 | Minutes

On track to 1.5C: Mainstreaming climate and forest actions in MDB lending and country strategies

Notes from a meeting at the IMF/World Bank 2017 spring meetings on MDB actions on climate change and forests.

Environment

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7 October 2016 | Minutes

Safeguarding climate finance: GCF, MDBs, rights, and social/environmental risk

Notes from a side event at the IMF/World Bank 2016 annual meetings discussing lessons learned from the World Bank Group’s experiences with high risk projects, safeguards, gender equality, Indigenous Peoples, and environmental and social management systems, and how these should be applied to the Green Climate Fund.

IFI governance

Background

16 April 2015 | Minutes

Aligning the financial system with sustainable development

Notes from a meeting on the financial system and sustainable development during the World Bank/IMF spring meetings.

Environment

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29 September 2014 | Inside the institutions

World Bank green bonds

The World Bank group supports the growth of the green bond market through the IBRD and the IFC to “catalyse the market through strategic issuances of green bonds based on their triple-A ratings.”

Environment

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23 October 2013

Guide through key CIF meeting documents

Environment

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23 October 2013

What are the CIFs?

Environment

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14 October 2013

The economic case for climate action

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Environment

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3 October 2013

CIF civil society and indigenous peoples observers

Environment

Background

2 October 2013 | Project news

Dario Kenner joins the Project

Dario Kenner has joined the Project as a research assistant, focussing on private sector and climate finance.

Environment

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25 July 2008 | Minutes

Highlights: Meeting of UK NGOs with UK Alternate Executive Director to the World Bank

Meeting between UK NGOs and UK Alternate Execituve Director to the World Bank -Caroline Sergeant- on July 22, 2008.

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Finance

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IMF and World Bank complicit in “climate debt trap” following Mozambique cyclones

International community fails to deliver on 'Loss & Damage' while poorest countries become further indebted.

30 July 2019

Environment

News

Climate Investment Funds quietly postpone decision on how to implement ‘sunset clause’

CIFs indefinitely postpone decision on when they will close, prompting concerns CIFs recapitalisation drive will rival GCF replenishment.

30 July 2019

Environment

News

As Green Climate Fund and World Bank sign framework agreement, concerns about Bank's role linger

Bank and GCF finalise framework agreement, meaning nine co-financed projects can go forward.

4 April 2019

Environment

News

World Bank remains GCF interim trustee amid questions over long-term status

GCF’s permanent trustee will chosen through open bidding process with final decision expected to be taken in October

4 April 2018

Environment

Background

Carbon finance: The role of the World Bank in carbon trading markets

This Inside the Institutions looks at the role of the World Bank in carbon finance initiatives

26 September 2018 | Inside the institutions

Environment

Background

On track to 1.5C: Mainstreaming climate and forest actions in MDB lending and country strategies

Notes from a meeting at the IMF/World Bank 2017 spring meetings on MDB actions on climate change and forests.

25 April 2017 | Minutes

Environment

News

COP 23 puts Bank-backed climate insurance in spotlight

Lack of progress on Loss & Damage finance at global climate talks means climate insurance remains default option to mitigate losses from climate change.

6 December 2017

Environment

Analysis

Clean Technology Fund (CTF)

A revised Clean Technology Fund (CTF) pipeline management and cancellation policy has been approved. A document outlining further details on the proposed “CTF 2.0” will be discussed. Approval for reallocation of funds for a Morocco project was challenged by Germany and the decision postponed.

30 November 2016

Environment

Analysis

Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR)

Pipeline management and cancellation policies are in preparation for the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) to address funding constraints, with no funding available for new pilot countries’ projects. Questions were raised about gender impacts for a renewable energy project in Mozambique.

30 November 2016

Environment

Analysis

Forest Investment Program (FIP)

Challenges in measuring progress were noted for the Forest Investment Program (FIP), in particular greenhouse gas accounting. Investment plans for Mozambique and Ivory Coast have been approved. Questions were raised over the reasoning for a commercial teak plantation project in Ghana.

30 November 2016