Developing countries embrace green finance policies as part of wider effort to finance the real economy and meet social, economic and environmental needs
Green finance policies inspired by new model
High-level session closes productive Africa Carbon Forum 2016
The unprecedented project will generate cash returns of at least $77.5 million
Solheim pledges to tackle major environmental issues such as ocean and air pollution, climate change, and nexus between conflict, migration and the environment
Strong support from fixed income investors
UNEP's Adaptation Finance Gap Report: Failure to cut emissions will dramatically increase the annual costs of adaptation, which could be up to five times higher by 2050 than previously thought.
An event co-organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the United Nations Environment Programme Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System (UNEP Inquiry)
Strathmore Business School's Green Building hosts a public lecture on "Green Pathways towards a Sustainable Future"
The report profiles the actions that have been taken to advance environmental and social factors as a core part of India's banking, capital markets, investment and insurance sectors.
Climate and Sustainability - A Shared Vision of Opportunity for Billions of People
West African country to earn $38 million, create 3,000 jobs and save 40,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions with exports from a 100 MW of solar power plant
Decisions taken at African Ministerial Conference on the Environment set stage for brighter future for continent
Sustainable use of Africa's natural capital could result in savings of up to $103 billion every year and drive Africa's economic growth.
The link between the Paris Agreement and trees is clear-forests will be key allies for combating climate change and meeting the long term goal of restoring the ecological balance of planet Earth by t
On the Road to UNEA
India's Supreme Court Ruling puts the country on a green energy path
UNEP's new offices in Paris