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The IMF's Green Fund Proposal

A useful burden-sharing?

Just eight weeks after IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn ventured the expertise of his organization to help the international community to “think outside of the box” on climate financing, the IMF staff has delivered: Print-fresh from Washington’s 19th Street comes a short, but content-heavy paper by two IMF economists on how an international Green Fund partially financed by climate-SDRs could be set-up with the goal of generating some US$ 100 billion per year by 2010.  By Liane Schalatek

 

The good news: the IMF says it does not want to create, finance or manage the Green Fund — unless, of course, a G20 decision might force the institution to do it anyway… Alas, this seems at present quite unlikely, since apparently the IMF’s Board of Directors already rejected the proposal in a formal board meeting a few weeks ago ...

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