This paper, Forest Resilience Finance Opportunities & Challenges: Helping forests adapt to climate change, is intended to support the climate finance community, consisting of policy makers; multilateral agencies; development finance institutions; and private sector insurance and capital markets, in understanding the value that forests create; what risks forests face; how climate change will impact these risks and lastly, the role of traditional and innovative climate finance solutions to address the values at risk.
This handbook, Green Growth Assessment & Extended Cost Benefit Analysis: A handbook for policy and investment decision makers, is an introductory guide for policy makers to apply the Green Growth Assessment Process (GGAP) and extended Cost Benefit Analysis (eCBA) in the planning process. Both tools provide an integrated framework to provide a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the economic, social, and environmental impacts of the projects.
This policy brief, How to Better Reflect Transport in Climate Action Efforts, addresses the transport sector, the second-largest emitting sector in the world, and how to streamline it into the climate change policy process.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Governance of Climate Change Finance (GCCF)
Hard Choices, Integrated Approaches: A guidance note on climate change financing frameworks serves as an introductory guide for stakeholders on how to create or refine a Climate Change Financing Framework (CCFF) – a strategic, whole-of-government plan to better manage, mobilize and target climate finance.
This policy brief, Understanding Risks Related to the Decarbonisation of the European Steel Sector, produced by the TRANSrisk project focuses on understanding risks related to the implementation of different decarbonisation options, the relevance of these risks for innovation processes in the steel sector, and ways to reduce and manage them.
This policy note provides practical recommendations for reforming the current investment architecture and the design of international investment agreements, towards safeguarding policy space and mobilizing investment for a green economy
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), University of Oxford
This report, The development and use of biodiversity indicators in business: an overview , builds on a suite of work focused on providing guidelines and tools specifically for business, and it is intended to contribute to the ongoing dialogue on biodiversity indicators within Europe and beyond.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
This document Climate Change for Forest Policy-Makers: An approach for integrating climate change into national forest policy in support of sustainable forest management, Version 2.0 is intended to help senior officials in government administrations and the representatives of other stakeholders groups, including civil society organizations and the private sector, prepare the forest sector for the challenges and opportunities posed by climate change in the light of new international agreements.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
This paper Developing Robust Project Pipelines for Low-Carbon Infrastructure aims to provide policymakers with a comprehensive examination of “project pipelines”, a common concept in infrastructure planning and investment discussions, and one which has become a focal point in countries’ efforts to implement their climate commitments.