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Pro-poor Climate Finance: Is There a Role for Private Finance in the Green Climate Fund?

Apr. 9, 2013 / Posted by: Karen Orenstein / Categories: Advocacy, Blog, Climate and Energy, Economics for the Earth, Publications / Tags: Climate change, Climate finance, Ifc, Karen orenstein, Wall street, World bank

New Report from Friends of the Earth U.S. and Pan African Climate Justice Alliance This week in Washington, DC, U.S. Special Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern is organizing the Ministerial Meeting on Mobilizing Climate Finance. This invitation-o...

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Tally ho! Backed by 62 organizations, Robin Hood seeks top Treasury post

Dec. 21, 2012 / Posted by: Karen Orenstein / Categories: Blog, Economics for the Earth / Tags: Climate change, Climate finance, Earth budget, Karen orenstein, Tax, Wall street

Robin Hood, a champion of ordinary people, made a stop in Washington, D.C. this week -- to put his hat in the ring to replace outgoing U.S. Treasury Sectary Tim Geithner, a champion of Wall Street. Mr. Hood is running on a platform of taxing Wall ...

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