Financing of Cattle Production in Colombia
Colombia is home to the fifth-largest rainforest in the world but deforestation, driven largely by cattle production, is driving nearly 60% of Colombia’s greenhouse gas emissions. Between 2005 and 2018, Colombia lost 32,821 square kilometers of forest cover, a land area about three times the size of Jamaica. This report, developed in partnership with Fundación Natura, […]
International Mitigation Partnerships for Forests
In this report, Climate Advisers suggests policy structures to leverage Article 6 and natural climate solutions through international cooperation between two or more countries. We provide a guide for designing cooperative approaches through International Mitigation Partnerships using forests as an example. The world is falling dangerously short of Paris Agreement’s goal of limiting warming to […]
How Contingent International Contributions (CICs) Can Enhance Climate Ambition
In this report, Climate Advisers introduces the concept of a Contingent International Commitment (CIC), explains the benefits, and shows how countries could make use of CICs to enhance their emissions reduction targets and help bridge the “ambition gap” in the next round of updated Nationally Determined Contributions, due in 2020. The world is falling dangerously […]
What is a Contingent International Contribution, or CIC?
Our forest policy team introduce the concept of a Contingent International Contribution (CIC), explain the benefits, and show how countries could make use of CICs to enhance their emissions reduction targets and help bridge the “ambition gap” in the next round of updated NDCs, due in 2020. A Contingent International Contribution, or CIC, is a way […]