Posted by Jason Clay on Mon 06/23/2014

Jason Clay

Jason Clay, Senior Vice President of Market Transformation, WWF looks forward after moderating the panel Multi-National Corpotations and SMEs Working Together: Sustainable Supply Chains for the Future. He notes the importance of sustainable agriculture and adaptability in business plans and development strategies.

Posted by Ethan Zindler on Mon 06/23/2014

Ethan Zindler

An afternoon panel focused on the need to ramp up private sector investment in climate-smart development. Ethan Zindler, Head of Americas for Bloomberg New Energy Finance, reflected on the role of the CIF in paving the way for private investment in renewable energy.

Posted by Evan Thompson on Mon 06/23/2014

Evan Thompson

Evan Thompson, Manager of the Weather Branch of the Jamaican Meteorological Service, describes how his country has prioritized science-based resilience planning.

Posted by Amal-Lee Amin on Mon 06/23/2014

Amal-Lee Amin

Amal-Lee Amin, Associate Director of E3G, reflects on the origins of the CIF. She explains why it was important, and novel, to develop a partnership between the multilateral development banks.

Posted by Ian Hayles on Mon 06/23/2014

Ian Hayles

How has the CIF benefitted Jamaica? Why is partnership such an important aspect of CIF? Jamaica's Ian Hayles, the State Minister in the Ministry of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, and a Member of Parliament, explains.

Posted by Rose-May Guignard on Sun 06/22/2014

Rose-May Guignard

Joining us from afternoon session entitled Stakeholder Engagement in the CIF: Advances, Challenges, and Promises, Rose May Guignard of Haiti reflects on what stakeholder engagement really means. At the close of Stakeholder Day, she commends having a full day dedicated to stakeholder engagement within the CIF.

Posted by Inka on Mon 06/09/2014
Ulaanbaatar homes
 
A view from the Ger  area which has developed on Ulaanbaatar city's periphery to accommodate population growth that has exceeded the planned urban core area. (A Ger is a portable, bent dwelling structure traditionally used by nomads in Mongolia.) 
 
Posted by Martin Stadelmann on Thu 06/05/2014
Solar power is one of the most promising options for India to meet its growing electricity demand. While the construction of further fossil fuel power plants is slowing due to lower domestic coal production than expected and the high cost of fuel imports, installations of solar plants are on the rise.
 
 

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