This is a submission to a call from the Standing Committee on Finance for information and data to inform the preparation of a report on the doubling of adaptation finance.
The health and productivity of the workforce in Bangladesh are under increasing threat in a warming world. This policy brief considers how policymakers can better ensure workers are protected from extreme heat while pursuing sustainable development pathways and a just transition to a low-carbon economy.
This report examines social risks and opportunities for stakeholders affected by environmental transitions in UK food and agriculture and makes recommendations to financial institutions for how they can support a just transition in the sector.
This report, the fifth in our annual series, reviews key global developments in climate change litigation with a focus on the period May 2022 to May 2023.
This report assesses the potential contribution of tidal stream energy to sustainable growth in the UK to assess whether this constitutes a strategic priority for the UK.
Translations of the key messages of our 2022 climate litigation report, available in French, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese, plus the full report in Korean.
Submission to the Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights in the context of climate change
Informed by research conducted using the Climate Change Laws of the World database, this report consists of a submission to a call for inputs on the promotion and protection of human rights in the context of climate change.
This report seeks to identify the factors underpinning the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of greenhouse gas removal (GGR) across the spectrum of biological, chemical and geochemical techniques, and the risks associated with GGR-specific MRV.
Purposeful scenario analysis: A framework to guide central banks and financial supervisors in the selection and design of climate scenarios
This policy insight presents an initial conceptual framework on the application of climate scenario analysis and associated design requirements, focusing on the need for a clear purpose.
This report describes Europe’s ‘Fit for 55 package and broader programme of legal reforms associated with the EU’s climate ambitions, and looks at the role of climate litigation in shaping Europe’s legislation.