Oslo, 22 April 2019 — Alongside the United Nations 24th annual climate conference, the Nobel Peace Prize Forum gathered some of the world’s foremost climate leaders in Oslo who discussed climate change as a matter of international peace and security and how climate-smart finance, cities and subnational actors could drive significant change forward in meeting the targets of the Paris Agreement (2015), to limit global warming to 1.5ºC. On Earth Day 2019, they issued this Joint Communiqué.
San Francisco, 12 September 2018 — The Resilience Intel initiative is the primary operational outcome of the Acceleration Dialogues, a series of high-level climate action roundtables we have been supporting. ICDP supports the Resilience Intel Charter, because we view the work of aligning financial investment priorities with the health and resilience of natural systems as a system-level peacebuilding imperative.
Washington, 30 April 2018 — The Path to 100% Climate-Smart Finance is the report-back from the 11th Working Session of the Acceleration Dialogues series — a focused discussion of Economy-wide Resilience Intelligence. Participants explored technical challenges and collaborative pathways to achieving 100% climate-smart finance by 2038, through the building of the Resilience Intel climate-smart finance information service.
Paris, 14 December 2017 — MEDIA RELEASE: Yesterday, in follow-up to the One Planet Summit, the Kingdom of Morocco, Citizens’ Climate Education, the International Center for Dialogue and Peacebuilding, and the Geoversiv Foundation co-convened a Working Dialogue on Resilience Intel, at the Embassy of Morocco in Paris. The focus was a coalition effort to co-create the Climate-Smart Finance Aggregator, to uncover and expand climate-focused spending across the whole economy.
Washington, 4 July 2017 — The following brief is an outcome document from the High-level Climate and Energy Dialogue held on April 20, 2017, at the UN Foundation in Washington, DC, as part of the Acceleration Dialogues. The dialogue was moderated by Rachel Kyte, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and CEO Sustainable Energy for All. This guidance aims to open a discussion among ministers about how to integrate climate-smart fiscal resilience considerations into their far-reaching day-to-day responsibilities.