The extension of climate-related financing by the IMF to vulnerable emerging market economies (EMs) demonstrates how the Fund is factoring in macroeconomic and financial stability risks stemming from climate change to its policy work. While these packages won’t be a silver bullet for EMs, they could prove effective at crowding in green investment from the private sector.
In view of the wider interest, we are also sending this Climate Economics Update to clients of our Emerging Markets Overview service.
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