A focus on economic stability in the near term makes the climate crisis worse in the long term, say economic geographer Martin Sokol and climate justice scholar Jennie C Stephens.
Climate change and structural changes were some of the core topics at the World Bank and IMF’s annual meetings. …
If we want long-term price stability, we need to implement green credit polices, argues Sneha Yadav.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has released a paper exploring the possibility of closing coal plants early through carbon credits.
The IMF’s managing director urges leaders to find debt relief solutions for the global south and consider debt-for-climate swaps ahead of a summit to discuss a global financial pact.
Debt-for-nature swaps are on the rise, as Sri Lanka and other developing countries look to debt forgiveness in exchange for protecting the environment. …
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