PRINCIPLE(S) MATTER: A Compilation and Review of Governance Principles in Climate and Disaster Finance

Panda, Architesh, Mirwald, Magdalena and Kreft, Soenke (2022). PRINCIPLE(S) MATTER: A Compilation and Review of Governance Principles in Climate and Disaster Finance. United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security.

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    Author Panda, Architesh
    Mirwald, Magdalena
    Kreft, Soenke
    Title PRINCIPLE(S) MATTER: A Compilation and Review of Governance Principles in Climate and Disaster Finance
    Publication Date 2022-05
    Place of Publication Bonn
    Publisher United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security
    Pages N/a
    Language eng
    Abstract One development over the past years has been the formulation of “governance principles” to influence institutional arrangements for disaster risk finance and the implementation practice by major initiative like the InsuResilience Global Partnership. MCII has published an overview about the governance principles in the space of climate and disaster finance and insurance. The assessment shows emerging principles on the political, institutional, policy, product and impacts. It includes recent policy decisions by the InsuResilience Global Partnerships’ (IGP) High Level Consultative Group including the IGP Pro Poor Principles, and the IGP Principle on SMART Premium and Capital Support. The publication is a contribution to the UNFCCC Expert Group on Comprehensive Risk Management, where MCII’s Executive Director Sönke Kreft serves as a member. The document serves as an official activity of the Plan of Action, and should inform guidance for better climate risk management developed at the climate summit at the end of 2022.
    UNBIS Thesaurus RISK MANAGEMENT
    Keyword Risk finance
    Disaster finance
    Climate finance
    Climate insurance
    Risk transfer
    Governance
    Adaptation
    InsuResilience
    Copyright Holder United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security
    Copyright Year 2022
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
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