This communication between China-funded banks and MDBs such as WB, IFC, ADB, AIIB, and NGO experts raised the former’s attentions on the importance of establishing compliance, communication and problem-solving mechanisms for a sound environmental and social risk management framework.
We monitored AIIB and NDB’s sustainable policy-making and policy implementation. We raised suggestions to the “Energy Sector Strategy” of AIIB and the “Environmental and Social Framework” of NDB, as a result, some recommendations were adopted by the banks.
We participated in the meeting as the observer and organized several events, initiating responsible tourism and introducing the NGOs’ engagement in the Antarctic Treaty System to the public.
We have been tracking this process and participated in one of the preparatory meetings.
We enabled the public to better engage with discussions about climate science, impacts, international negotiations, and energy transition through 47 Climate Alerts, response papers, and joint communications on climate and energy with well-known energy media Caixin.
We continued to promote Chinese civil society to actively engage with states and non-state bodies on climate governance and action at global and regional level through independent research on NDC power investment, and four cross-sectoral dialogues.