Ecuador Highlights the Potential for Greening Latin America’s Debt Crunch

A butterfly alights on a leaf at the Yasuni National Park in the Upper Napo Valley of the western Amazon region, in Ecuador, Aug. 20, 2010 (AP photo by Dolores Ochoa).
A butterfly alights on a leaf at the Yasuni National Park in the Upper Napo Valley of the western Amazon region, in Ecuador, Aug. 20, 2010 (AP photo by Dolores Ochoa).
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October has been a busy month in the field of sustainable finance. China, the world’s largest bilateral creditor, hosted the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity; public development banks recommitted to aligning their practices with the Paris Agreement at the Finance in Common Summit; and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and the World Economic Forum jointly launched a Global Alliance for Sustainable Investment.  This weekend, leaders from the G-20 countries will meet in Rome and renew their commitment to climate finance. And next month, the world’s governments will meet in Glasgow for the […]

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