Need for improved OECD environmental assessment standards and transparency

Just Finance International would like to seize this opportunity and suggest ways in which to improve how and when OECD members carry out environmental and social impact assessments (ESIAs). The latter determine the impact OECD projects would have on the climate and environment and form the basis of decision for whether a project may go ahead or not.

Governments worsen climate crisis with USD billions in export finance

Every year, G20 countries give tens of billions of taxpayer-backed money to the fossil fuel industry via secretive government agencies known as Export Credit Agencies (ECAs). We can’t address the climate crisis effectively if our governments continue to prop up fossil fuels. Continue Reading

Find out more and sign the letter to world leaders urging them to stop supporting the fossil fuel industry via public financial institutions: http://www.fossilfreeecas.org

Denmark plans to phase-out fossil fuel support for export credits – whilst carbon intensive projects continue

The pending announcement from the government to phase out fossil fuel in export finance is welcome, but not enough to help Denmark meet its climate goals. A study from Just Finance shows, with zero new fossil fuel projects in the Danish export credit agency EKF’s 2019, 2020 and 2021 portfolio, it will have a minor… Continue reading Denmark plans to phase-out fossil fuel support for export credits – whilst carbon intensive projects continue