We need more finance flowing to low carbon and resilient assets.

Commercial and financial decision-makers do not systematically consider climate change costs and risks – or climate action opportunities. These are difficult to assess because data and tools are not widely available. In cities, the funding gap for sustainable infrastructure is $93 trillion globally over the next 15 years.
We aim to mainstream climate in financial markets, democratise climate risk information, and foster bankable green assets, especially in cities.

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Success Story
Municipal E-Bus Planner 2 (Munep2)

Munep2 has developed innovative planning software that helps transport operators, planners and authorities transition from diesel to...

Municipal E-Bus Planner 2 (Munep2)
Success Story
Matchmaker

Matchmaker links private investors with suitable urban sustainability initiatives, as part of EIT Climate-KIC’s Low Carbon City...

Matchmaker
Success Story
Low Carbon City Lab (LoCaL)

Low Carbon City Lab is a global innovation hub that helps cities overcome the barriers blocking the...

Low Carbon City Lab (LoCaL)
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Mariana Mazzucato on big-picture, high-ambition innovation missions
Mariana Mazzucato on big-picture, high-ambition innovation missions
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
COP25: Measurement and attribution of climate contribution to financiers

With the carbon costs of travel in mind, key EIT Climate-KIC COP25 session summaries are available online...

COP25: Measurement and attribution of climate contribution to financiers
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
OpenSurface land-use tracking platform launches at COP25

Pioneering AI, satellite and ground-sourced data technology drives more effective climate action at planetary scale. Launched at...

OpenSurface land-use tracking platform launches at COP25
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
EIT Climate-KIC supported crop insurance project acquired by world’s largest re-insurer

The insurance sector is well aware of the rising threats of climate change. In particular, crop insurance—i.e....

EIT Climate-KIC supported crop insurance project acquired by world’s largest re-insurer
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New report: Is Germany ready for the future?

E3G´s new report “Is Germany ready for the future? The case for action in a climate-changed world.”, supported by EIT Climate-KIC, finds that Germany...

New report: Is Germany ready for the future?
Innovation spotlight
Landscape Finance Lab: Key partnerships with major corporations to drive sus...

In Innovation Spotlight, we explore some of the most promising innovations from around our community. This week,...

Landscape Finance Lab: Key partnerships with major corporations to drive sustainable land use
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Redesigning venture capital (part III): A hypothesis
Dominic Hofstetter Transformation Capital, EIT Climate-KIC
Redesigning venture capital (part III): A hypothesis
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