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With insights into global and national policy, and on-the-ground experience in a range of business and national environments.
Guiding clients through procedural hurdles and financial risk, we help execute concrete action towards fulfilling Paris Agreement goals.
There’s no challenge we’re not up for. We believe real change is possible.
Solving today’s social and environmental problems require not only governmental leadership, but also providing an enabling environment for businesses who want to innovate and make a change in the way they operate. Climate finance is one tool to assist this complex dynamic. We strive to understand all sides of the equation, and to help business whether in taking a giant stride or baby steps.
‘HOT AIR’ IN THE PARIS AGREEMENT CARBON MARKETS? By: Junji Hatano, CEO, Carbon Partners Asiatica 13/08/2018 Despite the universal recognition of the importance of finance for NDC implementation, there is currently little interest being shown in the financing options provided for in the Paris Agreement. These are, first, bilateral cooperative approaches stipulated in Article 6.22018-08-21 in Carbon credits
The following position paper was published in Environmental Finance and republished in NDCi. A ‘prototype’ covered green bond has been prepared that could help developing countries meet their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement. Junji Hatano explains. 01 June 2018 A recent article in Environmental Finance – Green securitisations offer growing EU investment opportunity, says NNIP2018-06-20 in Carbon credits
On 28 February 2018, Dini Laraswati spoke at a regional development seminar in Jakarta, designed to discuss synergy between government and business entities regarding rural electrification. At this event, Dini introduced the role that can be played by blended finance in achieving the global goal for sustainable development (for electricity access) and objectives of the2018-03-13 in Carbon finance
The following position paper was published in Environmental Finance. 02 February 2018 Junji Hatano reviews practical challenges for international carbon markets under the Paris Agreement and explores how they could be overcome in a way that will ensure private sector participation. The provisions of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement (PA) are interpreted as accepting2018-02-05 in Carbon credits