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Opportunities and Challenges of Belt and Road Overseas Investment in the Power Sector under the Paris Agreement – Vietnam, Indonesia and Pakistan
China’s Development Financing under “The Belt and the Road” Initiative – National Development Bank and its Environmental and Social Risk Management
Achieving a Mutually Beneficial South-South Cooperation on Climate Change – Learning from International Experience
From Hangzhou to Hamburg – Green Finance in the G20 Enhancing G20’s contribution to promoting the role of green and development finance in sustainable development

Large marine protected areas (MPAs) can protect the ocean’s resilience more effectively and play an essential role in supporting climate change adaptation and mitigation.


To promote BRI investments to align with the pathway necessary to achieve the Paris Agreement, this study aims to assess the demand for energy transition in selected Asian developing countries, establish the baseline for power investment based on NDC targets, and provide recommendations for policy makers and investors to promote China help other developing countries implement the Agreement.


What is development financing? What kind of role does it play in global management? Which type of financing organization does the National Development Bank belong to? What is its standard for loading? What kind of role does it play in China’s overseas investments, and the implementation of “The Belt and the Road” Initiative? How should it reduce the environmental costs of its investments and contribute to global eco-management? This article will discuss and answer these questions above.


China’s role in global climate governance is increasingly important, which requires South-South Cooperation on Climate Change to provide “soft power” support to national global strategy. As a result, South-South Cooperation on Climate Change needs to be further developed and enriched on the basis of existing aid. This report focuses on the benefit of donor countries, and aims at making some recommendations for China’s South-South Cooperation Fund on Climate Change, in reference to some international experiences of some developed countries and regions.

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