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
Aligning Portfolios with Paris

The Challenge COP25 ended in December 2019 with little in the way of global political consensus on...

Aligning Portfolios with Paris
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
In our community
Interview with Thomas O’Neill, Influence Map
Interview with Thomas O’Neill, Influence Map
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
EIT Climate-KIC launches Call for Proposals to support post-COVID-19 green recovery

EIT Climate-KIC’s ‘Extraordinary Post COVID-19 Regeneration Call 2020’ will select projects and programmes with the potential to...

EIT Climate-KIC launches Call for Proposals to support post-COVID-19 green recovery
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
The European Union has the tools to boost a sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, say TEG experts

In a statement released today, the Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG) describes how existing EU...

The European Union has the tools to boost a sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, say TEG experts
CLIMATE-KIC NEWS
EU Taxonomy shows the way to net zero by 2050

The Technical Expert Group (TEG) on Sustainable Finance has released its final recommendations to the European Commission...

EU Taxonomy shows the way to net zero by 2050
In Detail
Implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for global sustainable finance: An int...

The UN Environment convened Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S) recently published a working paper, supported by EIT Climate-KIC, on the implications of the COVID-19...

Implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for global sustainable finance: An internal framework for response strategies
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
Who’s doing what: A news round-up of selected COVID-19 responses and recovery plans
Felicity Spors Head of International Affairs, EIT Climate-KIC
Who’s doing what: A news round-up of selected COVID-19 responses and recovery plans
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