Investment confidence for governments: ensuring climate policy attracts capital
To achieve a just transition to a climate-compatible future, trillions of dollars need to be invested across all sectors of the economy.
Policymakers are designing new interventions to accelerate the pace of investment. How will we know if these policies are working? How we identify when we are off track and make course corrections? An economy-wide transition of the scale required
to address climate change has never been done before and we need new tools, frameworks and data to help us chart the course to achieve this.
This report explores delivery risk, the gap between the stated goal of climate policies in investment terms, and the real-world financial flows that underpin economy activity around the world.
- Download: Discussion paper “Investment Confidence‟ for Governments: Integrating investment into climate-related policymaking
- Download: Annex 1 ‘Investment Confidence’ for Governments: Integrating investment into climate-related policymaking