Capital Flows, Policy and Regulation

MDBs set new course for debt-for-climate swaps

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Developed countries are looking for ways to boost their climate finance commitments after failing to mobilise a promised $100bn a year for the global south (Photo: Vanitjan/Envato)

Several of the world’s largest multilateral development banks are expected to launch a debt-for-nature and debt-for-climate swap task force at COP28 following new types of issuances

A new wave of environmental debt swaps is raising hopes that emerging markets can tackle a triple crisis of weak ...

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