Sustainable Finance and Investment

What is 'Phase Down Finance' and why it's better than divestment to achieve decarbonization

Phase Down Finance can assist in managing the socio-economic consequences of transition while ensuring Paris-aligned outcomes. Image: Reuters/Erol Dogrudogan

Emily Tyler

Climate Policy Lead, Meridian Economics

Celeste Renaud

Analyst, Meridian Economics

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