29-30 October 2019, OECD Paris - The OECD Centre on Green Finance and Investment is pleased to invite you to the 6th Forum on Green Finance and Investment to discuss emerging green and sustainable finance and investment issues: international initiatives, role of central banks, emerging taxonomies for sustainable finance...
The OECD will be actively participating in the UN Climate Action Summit on the theme "A Race We Can Win. A Race We Must Win" through an official high-level side event and by taking part in a number of workshops, seminars and other events throughout the summit, and NYC Climate Week during 23-29 September 2019.
This initiative provides a roadmap for such a shift and identifies seven transformative areas that are key to driving the alignment of financial flows, climate & development objectives. Read more on latest events, case studies and key findings.
These free webinars are open to the general public and participants are welcome to pose questions during the Q&A segment. Register to the next webinar. Missed the Green Talks? Watch our video recordings online on plastic recycling, climate, carbon pricing, urban sprawl; water; energy use; climate & growth; green finance and investment.
Embracing new technologies that could enable drastic reductions in GHG emissions will be key to delivering low-emissions pathways for growth, but it is not always obvious what the big breakthroughs will look like. This report looks at how blockchain technology can be applied to support sustainable infrastructure investment that is aligned with climate change objectives.
Climate change is advancing faster than our apparent willingness to stop it. The G7 must lead by example and the OECD is ready to help.
Based on an in-depth literature review and responses to a survey among OECD member countries, this paper discusses the use of flexibility mechanisms in environmental regulations. The literature on these issues is limited, but it is clear that some such mechanisms can have important environmental and economic impacts.
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The forthcoming report on “Climate change mitigation through a well-being lens” (September 2019) aims to encourage and support governments in meeting their national and international climate mitigation goals. It argues that mitigation policies are likely to be more feasible to implement, politically, economically and socially.