The World Federation of Development Financing Institution’s Knowledge Hub (WFDFI_KH) is an online portal that clusters knowledge and resources on development financing across all development intervention areas. It is a free-for all web space where development financing practitioners and enthusiasts could access existing and compelling knowledge products from a wide range of institutions, with diverse structure and procedures, engaged in supporting and promoting development finance and its crosscutting issues in advancing policies, processes, programs, projects and practices for the benefits of their beneficiaries and stakeholders. The two-fold purposes of the WFDFI_KH are shaping and advancing policy and advocacy positions that impact the development of the banking and finance community worldwide and improve DFI capacity, as well as facilitating knowledge management and sharing.
To support Net-Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA) member banks in developing targets, the
Alliance has developed this short paper to provide clarification on the already-published
Guidelines for Climate Target Setting for Banks outlining how the Alliance views the treatment
of offsetting in relation to member commitments.
The paper does not introduce additional principles that member banks must meet as
part of their NZBA commitment.
The European Investment Bank Group supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals throughout the European Union and around the world. This brochure explains how the two arms of the Group, the EIB and the EIF, track and assess their contributions to the goals through rich data and a number of case studies.
This paper supports asset owners in assessing the climate policy engagement
approaches of one of their most important strategic partners: their asset managers.
This paper provides key principles to evaluate and engage asset managers on both their
in-house climate policy engagement and on their portfolio stewardship activities regarding investees’ climate policy engagement.
The global economy must
deliver nature-positive, equitable
outcomes if we are to tackle
the existential challenges of
nature loss and climate change.
As nature is not material in most
financial decision-making, there
is significant misalignment of
public and private financial flows
with nature-positive outcomes.
Understanding the current
degree of alignment of global
finance, and identifying actions
needed to increase it is vital.