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COP21 国際開発金融機関、資金動員で協力


2015年11月30日、パリ –主要開発金融機関のトップは本日、気候対策への投資を大幅に増加し、今後の開発プログラムに気候関連リスクと機会への配慮を盛り込むために協力することを表明した。









Akinwumi Adesina, President, AfDB アキンウミ・アデシナ アフリカ開発銀行(AfDB)総裁
“Africa has already been short-changed by climate change. Now, we must ensure that Africa is not short-changed in terms of climate finance. The African Development Bank stands fully ready to support greater climate financing for Africa”, said Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank Group.

Takehiko Nakao, President, ADB 中尾武彦アジア開発銀行(ADB)総裁
“Climate finance is critical to mitigate and adapt to climate change impacts. However, finance alone is not enough. It is imperative that we combine increased finance with smarter technology, stronger partnerships and deeper knowledge,” said Takehiko Nakao, President of ADB.

Sir Suma Chakrabarti, President, EBRD スマ・チャクラバルティ欧州復興開発銀行(EBRD)総裁
“With their long experience as leaders in climate finance, the Multilateral Development Banks are making important contributions to combatting climate change, using their strong base of expertise to step up green finance, policy advice and the mobilization of crucial private sector funding. For its part the EBRD is further scaling up its climate finance activity through the implementation of its recently approved Green Economy Transition approach,” said EBRD President Sir Suma Chakrabarti.

Werner Hoyer, President, EIB ヴェルナー・ホイヤー欧州投資銀行(EIB)総裁
“It is only by working together that we will meet the challenge of climate change. I am optimistic that by pooling the efforts of the Development Banks to attract the private finance that is so critically needed, we can transform the ambitions of the leaders into a reality on the ground,” said President of the European Investment Bank Werner Hoyer. “For its part, the EIB is committing to provide US$100 billion by 2020 for climate action and to step up what we do in developing countries - in particular for those most vulnerable to global warming.”

Luis Alberto Moreno, President, IDB ルイス・アルベルト・モレノ米州開発銀行(IDB)総裁
“In the run-up to COP21, we have worked with many countries in designing their national contributions towards tackling climate change,” said IDB President Luis Alberto Moreno. “Following the Paris conference, we will help countries to translate these into investment plans that successfully attract the necessary capital for full implementation.”

Jim Yong Kim, President, World Bank Group ジム・ヨン・キム世界銀行グループ総裁
“On climate change, the development banks are shifting into high gear,” said Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group. “We have the resources, we have the collective will, and we have a clear roadmap in the national plans that our clients have submitted ahead of Paris.”




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