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Weather switch threatens to derail improvement, at the same time improvement pumps ever-greater amounts of carbon dioxide into an environment already polluted with centuries of Western emissions. the realm financial institution, with a newly-articulated Strategic Framework on improvement and weather switch, needs to confront those entangled threats in assisting its consumers to carve out a sustainable progress course. This evaluate assesses the Bank's event with key win-win rules within the strength zone.
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Chapter 3 is a selective review of World Bank involvement in issues related to climate change mitigation. It traces the treatment of climate change in sector strategic documents over the past 15 years. It gauges the extent and correlates of attention to climate and related issues in the country strategies of the largest emitters among the Bank’s clients.
Outcomes such as continued investment in energy infrastructure growth not necessarily constrained by environmental considerations (for example, coal plant investment) or technology diffusion rather than (longer-run) technology innovation would be expected in such an organizational culture explanation. ) These deeper issues of Bank organizational culture or internal incentives raise questions about what the report poses as the key issue going forward: what is the Bank Group’s comparative advantage that should define its climate/energy strategy?
It also reflects a goal of drawing lessons for the Bank from external experience. 1 and sets this evaluation and the rest of those in this series in context. 1 Higher temperaA changing climate tures bring inexorable calamities, with threatens development. irreversible changes at specific locales. The sea will rise, exposing the large proportion of humanity that lives near a coast to inundation, flooding, and salinized water supplies. The Himalayan and Andean glaciers will melt, affecting water supplies to billions of people.
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