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In order to achieve sustainable development, a fast energy transition from brown fossil fuels (such as coal, oil, gas) to 100% green renewable energies (such as wind power, solar power) is paramount.
IIGF is researching how BRI countries can transition their electricity generation to renewable energy to contribute to climate protection.

For a Chinese version, click here. On July 26, 2019, Kenya’s National Environmental tribunal ruled that the environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) license for the Lamu coal fired power plant in Kenya was insufficient and that the construction had to be stopped. While this ruling explicitly states that this…

Executive Summary How MDB Characteristics can Address the BRI’s Green Challenges through Financing Solutions, Coordination Activities, and Policy Support Simply put, global climate and environmental goals can only be met if they are an integral part of the development paths of BRI countries. This is true alone because BRI collectively…

MDBs are increasing their involvement in sustainable infrastructure finance by scaling up climate investments and by integrating social and environmental issues into their general financing requirements as a cross-cutting issue. Based on their characteristics MDBs can play a number of important roles in greening the BRI. For the context of…

During the 2nd Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in May 2017, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that the China Development Bank (CDB) will provide special loans of 250 billion RMB to support BRI-related infrastructure, production capacity and financial cooperation. The special loans consist of three sub-loans, namely a special…