CCAP joins calls to focus on green finance during COP26
The Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) joins the call to make COP26 a “turning point” for climate finance, shifting capital flows to prevent the most catastrophic effects of global warming.
Climate experts, activists, and policymakers, including UN Secretary General António Guterres, are calling on climate ministers and negotiators at COP26 to clarify climate finance articles in the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement and to increase climate finance commitments from the world’s wealthiest nations.
CCAP, with its 35 years of expertise in advising and forming policy discussions, is uniquely positioned to facilitate the flow of climate finance to high-need countries. The organization’s recently formalized Climate Finance Program brings together decades of climate finance experience with a broad network of climate finance experts in order to actualize the solutions that are required right now.