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Author Lütken, Søren E
Title Financial Engineering of Climate Investment in Developing Countries : Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action and How to Finance It
Imprint London : Anthem Press, 2014
©2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (174 pages)
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Series Anthem Environment and Sustainability ; v.2
Anthem Environment and Sustainability
Note Financial Engineering of Climate Investment in Developing Countries -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES -- Figures -- Tables -- LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION -- Part I What Is -- Chapter 2 CLIMATE CHANGE AND NATIONALLY APPROPRIATE MITIGATION ACTION -- The Identity of a NAMA -- PoAs and NAMAs -- Defining Appropriateness -- The Substance of NAMAs -- Summing Up -- Chapter 3 LEARNING FROM THE CDM -- The CDM Experience -- It's a market - live with it -- Thriving on domestic finance -- Small is beautiful . . . -- Cost inefficient emissions reduction -- Additionality revisited -- Reverse engineering the CDM -- Summing Up -- Chapter 4 DEFINING NAMA FINANCE -- Government Investment Motives -- Private Investment Motives -- Summing Up -- Chapter 5 THE FINANCING TOOLS . . . -- Public Sector Sourcing Instruments -- Environmental Fiscal Reform -- Prices on products and services -- Present tax-payers -- Future tax-payers -- Non-domestic sources -- Public Sector Operational Instruments -- Grants -- Taxes -- Loans and guarantees -- What happened to the carbon credit? -- Summing Up -- Chapter 6 . . . AND THE FINANCIERS -- The Institutional Investor -- The Insurance Companies -- Hybrid Sources of Financing -- The philanthropic foundation trustees -- The Banks -- Multilateral development banks -- National development banks -- Green Bonds -- Blending -- Summing Up -- Chapter 7 ENGINEERING AND LEVERAGING THE FINANCE -- Transformation -- Leveraging Finance from Different Sources -- The 'who goes first' dilemma -- Additional domestic public funding -- Approaching international financiers -- Engaging the local private sector -- Attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) -- The Right Order of Leveraging -- Summing Up -- Part II What Ought to Be
Chapter 8 CHALLENGES TO NAMA FINANCE - MANDATES, AGGREGATION AND LACK OF INSTRUMENTS -- The Aggregation Gap -- The guarantee system and its shortcomings -- The ECAs as aggregators -- Mandates -- Summing Up -- Chapter 9 ROLES OF THE GREEN CLIMATE FUND -- The Green Climate Fund and Risk -- The Green Climate Fund and Green Bonds -- The Green Climate Fund and Equity -- The Green Climate Fund as Aggregator -- Other Options -- Putting the Pieces Together -- Summing Up -- Chapter 10 CONCLUSION -- How to Start? -- NOTES -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 Climate Change and Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action -- Chapter 3 Learning from the CDM -- Chapter 4 Defining NAMA Finance -- Chapter 5 The Financing Tools . . . -- Chapter 6 . . . And the Financiers -- Chapter 8 Challenges to NAMA Finance - Mandates, Aggregation and Lack of Instruments -- Chapter 9 Roles of the Green Climate Fund -- Chapter 10 Conclusion -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
This book applies past climate finance experience and a clear understanding of financing sources and techniques to the development of financial engineering strategies for the new Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in developing countries
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Lütken, Søren E. Financial Engineering of Climate Investment in Developing Countries : Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action and How to Finance It London : Anthem Press,c2014 9781783080182
Subject Greenhouse gas mitigation -- Economic aspects -- Developing countries.;Climate change mitigation -- Government policy -- Developing countries.;Climatic changes -- Economic aspects -- Developing countries
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