A perspective of climate finance for non-state actors
« Finance is a core element of the Paris Agreement. Countries have committed to mobilise billions to mitigate and adapt to climate change. While numerous economic questions evolve around the most efficient allocation of these funds, two other pressing issues relate to (i) the involvement of the private sector and non-state actors to contribute to the energy and environmental transition; and (ii) the behaviour change required from the financial sector to better manage their climate change-related risks and leverage public funding to finance the transition. This talk will address the first one from the perspective of carbon markets and the other from the perspective of financial institutions practices »
Olivier Levallois manages Carbon Clear's UN-award winning Darfur Low-Smoke Stoves project, manages our offsetting portfolio, other market instruments and is the climate finance lead for advisory services. Olivier has several years of experience in both compliance and voluntary carbon markets and is an active member of the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, the WLPGA’s Cooking for Life campaign and the International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance. Olivier holds an MSc degree in Management from the ESCEM Business School as well as an MSc degree in Environment and International Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
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