The CCC ThinkTank promotes discussion of how capital is deployed to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
This discussion is important as public resources are insufficient to meet the challenge, while stewards of private capital primarily seek to generate a return for their immediate stakeholders.
We believe that trade and effective markets must play a key role in developing solutions and building resilience to climate change and that in this area profit and public good are compatible.
The CCC ThinkTank is a centre for thought leadership and research which supports and develops international and local policies that encourage efficient allocation of capital.
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"Reducing the impact of climate change is linked inexorably to land and water use, clean and secure energy and sustainable food production for all. How the world reaches these goals - and who pays for it - are the big questions which we attempt to answer"James Cameron, Chairman
Climate Change Capital
The World Economic Forum
CCC has worked extensively with the World Economic Forum over the last six years, attending Davos, Dalian, Durban and Qatar conferences, working on a number of steering groups & contributing blog…
Collaboration with Fauna & Flora International
Fauna & Flora International and Climate Change Capital organised two workshops in Nairobi and Singapore to explore concessional finance initiatives for climate change mitigation…
Supporting the development of the Green Investment Bank
CCC initially supported the idea of a Green Investment Bank alongside nonprofit research organisation E3G in a report published in March 2009…