Bloomberg BNA publishes Climate Mundial’s definition of Green Finance for Climate Change. Download the paper by Daniel Rossetto with contributions from Bruce Tozer at GreenFinanceBNA
Climate Mundial is proud to announce that it has become a supporter of the Climate Neutral Now initiative.
Climate Mundial is a climate finance and sustainable development firm, whose mission is to assist clients develop and finance renewable energy, carbon mitigation and climate adaptation projects in developing countries.
Climate Neutral Now seeks to inspire individuals and organisations and to recognise them for their contribution to climate change action, becoming part of the momentum created by the global climate agreement achieved in Paris last December.
As a company with profound understanding of the challenge that climate change represents and the opportunities that our society has to respond to that challenge and turn it into an opportunity, Climate Mundial has committed to contribute to global climate neutrality by reducing its own greenhouse gas emissions and compensating the remaining emissions with UN-certified climate credits.
“Climate Neutral Now addresses the core of the Paris Agreement promise: a climate neutral society by mid-century, to ensure that we stay below the 2 degrees Celsius target. The initiative encourages organisations and individuals to do more, now, to voluntarily contribute to reaching that goal. Climate Mundial is honoured to support such action”, said Daniel Rossetto, Managing Director of the company.
Mr. Rossetto also called for organisations of all types and individuals to support the initiative, which is led by the UNFCCC secretariat. “Everyone can contribute through their own action at home, and by supporting credible, valuable emission reduction projects that also promote sustainable development in developing countries”, he said.
For more information on Climate Neutral Now and to join it, please visit www.ClimateNeutralNow.org
The Institute for Climate Economics (I4CE) published its new report today entitled Beyond Transparency: Unlocking the Full Potential of Green Bonds, citing the Paris Climate Bond concept.
Click here to download the full I4CE report.
Climate Mundial today launched the Paris Climate Bond concept at the In-Session Workshop at the UNFCCC climate talks in Bonn: Exploring financing and use of the CDM by international climate finance institutions.
Click here for more details on the presentations.
Click here for more information on the Paris Climate Bond concept.
Climate Mundial is proud to support Scatec Solar, who today announced an exciting new agreement to sell UN-certified carbon certificates to the Norwegian Ministry for Climate and Environment.
More details on the announcement can be found here.
Green bonds have been growing in popularity, a trend that could be bolstered by the widespread attention given to Pope Francis’s environment encyclical and the looming global climate talks in Paris. But what exactly is a green bond? Who determines for investors if something qualifies? And what role might the United Nations play in answering those questions? Daniel Rossetto, managing director of Climate Mundial, this week took a closer look at the state of green bonds for Bloomberg BNA’s International Environment Reporter publication. Download the article here: BNAgreenbonds
Climate Mundial managing director Daniel Rossetto took part in a panel discussion at the UNFCCC climate talks today in Bonn to discuss the future of the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism. Click here for a report on the discussion.
“A China-U.S. climate deal that involves the former committing to capping emissions is a breakthrough,” Daniel Rossetto, managing director of Climate Mundial Ltd. in London, which provides advice on emissions trading, said by e-mail. “Opponents to cap and trade in the U.S. have always been safe in quoting inaction by China as a reason for blocking cap and trade. If China follows through on today’s commitment, that pre-condition no longer holds.”
Click here to read the full article on Bloomberg.
Climate Mundial’s Daniel Rossetto was a keynote speaker at today’s “Football Without a Carbon Footprint” workshop held at the Brazilian Embassy in London. At the event, Brazilian environment ministry director and member of the CDM Executive Board oultined the successful offsetting of more than half a million tonnes of CO2 emissions at the FIFA World Cup held in Brazil in June 2014. Click here to visit the Brazilian Embassy’s press release about the event.
The CDM would make the ideal eligibility assessment, measurement and verification tool for green bonds. This was the proposal put forward today by Daniel Rossetto of Climate Mundial at the CDM for the Future workshop being held at the UNFCCC headquarters in Bonn, Germany. Click here to download the presentation.