The Climate Investment Coalition is the leading global public-private partnership that mobilises ambitious green financial investments 

The Climate Investment Coalition (CIC) has been established by the Government of Denmark, Insurance & Pension Denmark, the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) and World Climate Foundation as the leading global public-private partnership mobilising ambitious financial investments towards clean energy and climate solutions now and in the coming decade. 

 

The Climate Investment Coalition takes a public and private sector approach to mobilise ambitious financial investments towards clean energy and climate solutions in the coming decade, to help strengthen a green recovery and reach the goals of the Paris Agreement.

The Climate Investment Coalition also works closely with institutional investors to share information on best practice business models and with governments to share and scale best practice framework conditions to attract finance across developed and emerging markets. Commitments are tracked to monitor the allocation and use of the gathered commitments and ensure their impact on the real economy.

 

The Coalition is building on the $50 billion USD commitment by Danish pension funds towards green investments at Climate Action Summit in September 2019. Through working with the required network of stakeholders including asset owners, asset managers, developers, energy companies, technology providers, governments and international organisations, the Coalition is mobilising transformational financial commitments to significantly impact the global climate emergency. In 2021, the Climate Investment Coalition is continuing its mobilisation of financial commitments through an investment roadmap to COP26. The key focus areas in 2021 are:

Key focus areas in 2021

Investment Roadmap to COP26

Engage with governments, investors, business and civil society to mobilise climate finance and solutions in green investments to reach 2030 climate targets and support the net-zero transition.