Climate Change and the Cost of Capital in Developing Countries
This report represents the first systematic effort to assess the relationship between climate vulnerability, sovereign credit profiles, and the cost of capital in developing countries. Climate risks are multi-dimensional, covering a range of geophysical, social, and economic issues. The intensification of these risks and the degree to which they are accurately priced by financial markets are of increasing concern to global economic stability.
SRI LANKA CLIMATE PROSPERITY PLAN
This Preliminary Report presents Sri Lanka’s Climate Prosperity Plan: a national investment strategy to carve a pathway towards pr...
V20 Debt Review: An account of debt in the Vulnerable Group of Twenty
Emerging market and developing countries (EMDs) are struggling to cope with the persistent presence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ...
Climate Vulnerable Economies Loss Report
Key findings of the June 2022 V20 report on economic loss and damage: Climate change has eliminated one fifth of the wealth o...
V20 Climate Finance Viewpoint
Vulnerable countries are already facing severe climate impacts and require significantly more adaptation finance to achieve a bala...