International leaders recently convened in France to discuss financing for clean energy projects and climate resilience in developing nations. Annual investments in developing nations need to reach almost $3 trillion to meet growing energy demands and the climate goals laid out in the 2015 Paris Agreement, according to a report copublished by the International Energy Agency. Billy Pizer, Vice President for Research and Policy Engagement at Resources for the Future (RFF), discusses how international financial institutions and developing nations themselves can facilitate private investment for clean energy projects.
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