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Books

Resources

CIFAR Alliance and Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth

Key Insights

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80% of the world’s financially excluded are also the world’s most climate vulnerable. 

 

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 7.6% increase in well-being when climate-vulnerable individuals have access to savings that minimize the effects of climate change

 

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58% of climate-vulnerable adults lack financial resilience, i.e. they are unable to access emergency funds after a climate disaster

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3 billion in venture capital was invested in climate fintech in 2022, with most of this being in the carbon markets space

 

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Key Resourses

Digital Finance for Climate Resilience (DF4CR): A Framework for Action

Catalyzing an ecosystem for action to address the impacts of climate change among the world’s most vulnerable

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