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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