How Asia can lead the climate crisis response

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The 1.5-degree challenge

Holding warming to 1.5°C above preindustrial levels could limit the most dangerous and irreversible effects of climate change.

The net-zero transition: Implications for Asia-Pacific

McKinsey convened a virtual event for decision makers in Asia featuring the findings of our latest report, The net-zero transition: What it would cost, what it could bring.

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Blended finance: Unlocking renewable energy’s promise

– Renewable energy has the potential to be more profitable than coal; unlocking this requires both policy reform and creative financing.

Bridging the financial gap: How Asia can unlock its sustainability agenda

– Blended and innovative financial solutions, collaboration, clear standard setting, and careful documentation are vital to hasten Asia’s net-zero transformation, says Marisa Drew.

Going green: How banks are advancing the transition for their clients

– Asia’s net-zero agenda requires mobilization of massive capital—and other obstacles lie ahead. How do banks rise to the challenge—and opportunity—of the times?
Report - McKinsey Global Institute

Climate risk and response in Asia

Article - McKinsey Global Institute

Will India get too hot to work?