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)
In our community
Interview with Nico Wolf, CFO, Endless Energy – Winner of the EIT Climate-...
Interview with Nico Wolf, CFO, Endless Energy – Winner of the EIT Climate-KIC Finance Incubator Competition
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
New EIT Climate-KIC supported report proposes basis for a future EU taxonomy in legislation

The European Commission has welcomed the publication of the three new important reports by the Technical Expert...

New EIT Climate-KIC supported report proposes basis for a future EU taxonomy in legislation
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
WCEF 2019: The challenges and potentials of circular procurement in cities

Increasing population growth and urbanisation intensifies the pressure on cities globally. In addition, resources are used inefficiently...

WCEF 2019: The challenges and potentials of circular procurement in cities
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
Lisbon’s City Finance Lab-backed green participatory budget awarded €5 million for next cycle

Lisbon City Council’s first-ever ‘green’ participatory budget, an initiative supported and managed by South Pole and EIT...

Lisbon’s City Finance Lab-backed green participatory budget awarded €5 million for next cycle
In Detail
Evaluating the benefits of improved cooking solutions: impact data in high r...

Gold Standard today released a research study by Vivid Economics that estimates the economic value of Gold Standard-certified project benefits related to climate, health,...

Evaluating the benefits of improved cooking solutions: impact data in high resolution
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
OPINION
Transformation Capital: A new investment logic for catalysing systems change
Dominic Hofstetter Transformation Capital, EIT Climate-KIC
Transformation Capital: A new investment logic for catalysing systems change
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