Demand and Supply Study Report on Climate and Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance in Solomon Islands
This demand and supply study report examines the growing impact of disasters caused by environmental hazards on individuals and households across Solomon Islands.
In this Focus Note, CGAP calls for financial inclusion to be a cornerstone of action on climate adaptation, and proposes a new agenda for collaboration between financial inclusion and climate adaptation practitioners.
Fiji, India and UN Join Hands to Launch Ambitious Project to Scale Climate and Disaster Risk Financing Framework and Parametric Insurance in Fiji
This initiative refines and expands coverage of the parametric insurance product that was first launched in 2021 and aims to strengthen Fiji’s financial resilience against climate change and natural disasters.
New regional network will support engagement with financial institutions and policymakers across Latin America and the Caribbean to capitalize on the net-zero transition opportunity for the region.
The product which was developed by the Pacific Insurance and Climate Adaptation Programme, will be piloted in Samoa over the next 12 months.
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e-MFP and the GICSF-AG are delighted to launch The Green Map - Addressing Climate Change via An Open Resource for Green Inclusive Finance Projects & Practices.
This report examines the impact of disasters caused by environmental hazards on individuals and households across Samoa and explores financial gaps that could be filled through climate and disaster risk financing solutions.
Ministers and high-level representatives from Bhutan, The Gambia and Liberia last week launched a 22-signature Ministerial Declaration in New York calling for "simplified" and "consistent" access to climate finance.