Naturevest is working with 20 island nations on similar deals to refinance their debt and use the savings for marine protection.
You know the ground has shifted when nationalization of the oil industry is considered “a moderate proposal” as The New Republic put it.
A green stimulus proposal would create "millions of family-sustaining green jobs, lifts standards of living, accelerates a just transition off fossil fuels, ensures a controlling stake for the public in all private sector bailout plans, and helps make our society and economy stronger and more resilient."
The world has just achieved what few thought was possible even a few months ago: distributed and concerted global action to make the kind of deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions that are necessary to forestall the most cataclysmic effects of climate change.
Oil, says CarbonTracker’s Mike Coffin, “is in long-term structural decline.”
"The Caribbean region is underserved and overlooked," says Gillian Marcelle of Resilience Capital Ventures.
There’s a glaring gap in the growing portfolio of carbon dioxide capture and sequestration solutions needed to meet the challenge of removing tens of gigatons of CO2 from the atmosphere annually by midcentury: Flexible catalytic capital willing to support the long development timelines, capital intensity, and political and technical uncertainties associated with such technologies.