Congress and International Climate Finance
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invites you to a briefing on Congress’s role in the global effort to finance climate solutions. While investments in climate action are expensive, the impacts of climate change at home and abroad are even more costly. With demand for climate-related finance increasing around the globe, what levers are available to Congress to scale up financial flows? How does Congress’s approach to international climate finance impact actions by the private sector, multilateral development banks, and other global financial institutions? This briefing will bring together a panel to explore these questions and discuss possible policy solutions.
Note: This event may transition to “Online Only” due to the U.S. government shutdown.