Transitioning Economies, Transforming Climate:
Financing Climate Action for a Green and Inclusive Future
The connection between development and climate change is increasingly clear: delivering on these together will require large-scale low-carbon and resilient investments. It will also require approaches that tackle the political economy of the low-carbon transition and help communities build long-lasting resilience to climate change.
What are the investments needed to achieve a green, resilient and sustainable future? How can we unlock private finance for climate action? How are countries stepping up to the challenge?
This event will look at the actions that are needed to create enabling environments, leverage different pools of capital at the right time, for specific needs, while involving communities and bringing them along in the global low-carbon, resilient transition. Ask your questions and take part in the World Bank Group/IMF Spring Meetings as we discuss #Finance4Climate with global leaders, country champions, and the private sector.
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"The World Bank has been implementing the Climate Change Action Plan, which is based on integrating climate and development, and directly recognizing the value of global public goods."
— David Malpass, President, World Bank Group
"An affordable transition means that the access to capital needs to be cheap enough to compensate the very costly capital commitment and also affordable in terms of availability of financing."
— Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Indonesia
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About the Spring Meetings 2022
The Spring Meetings bring together leaders from government, business, international organizations, and civil society, along with a diverse group of experts, to discuss global challenges and the path ahead. Join us and participate in our virtual events dedicated to international development.
Apr. 12: Addressing Challenges
Apr. 19: Global Shocks and Uncertainty
Apr. 20: Opening Press Conference
Apr. 20: The Digital Revolution
Apr. 21: Financing Climate Action
Apr. 22: Fragility
Apr. 22: Subsidies and Trade
Apr. 23: Human Capital