Panel: Navigating The Green Financing Pathway: Sids And The Road To The Paris Agreement
The Paris Agreement is considered a landmark, legally binding international treaty on climate change. It stipulates that developed countries should take the lead in providing financial assistance to countries that are more vulnerable, and it encourages voluntary contributions by other Parties. This panel will explore the challenges and opportunities Large Ocean Island States (LOIS) face in securing green finance to support sustainability goals, and discuss innovative financing solutions such as green bonds.
- What provisions of the Paris Agreement are most relevant to island states?
- Why should developed countries take the lead in the provision of financial assistance?
- What are the challenges and opportunities faced by LOIS in securing green finance?
- What type of innovative financing solutions are available