New Climate Resilience Principles launched at Climate Week New York City
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The principles provide guidance for governments, investors and banks to determine when projects and assets are compatible with a climate resilient economy. The Climate Resilience Principles (CPR) were developed as a partnership between the Climate Bonds Initiative, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and Climate Resilience Consulting using an Adaptation and Resilience Expert Group comprised of more than 30 specialists from leading international authorities in the adaptation and resilience space.

Source: CBI, 24 September 2019

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