Innovative climate finance mechanisms are trying to lure private-sector investment into the developing world

One of the biggest barriers to achieving the Paris Agreement’s ambition to limit climate change to 2C, and ideally 1.5C, is how renewable energy projects will be funded in developing countries.

The International Energy Agency estimated in 2015 that between 2015 and 2030 $2.7tr, or $180bn annually, would...

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