A Framework for Alignment with the Paris Agreement: Why, What and How for Financial Institutions?

Ian Cochran, Alice Pauthier

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Since the adoption of the Paris Agreement, financial institutions and other economic actors have taken commitments to ‘align’ their activities with the goals agreed to by national governments in 2015. A growing body of literature from both the research community and practitioners has emerged on ‘alignment’ with the Paris Agreement goals – but to date no overarching framework has been proposed to define what it means and implies in practice. This Discussion Paper written by I4CE aims to fill this gap and propose a framework that can be used by all institutions, governments and companies to develop their alignment strategies.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInstitute for Climate Economics
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2019

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