Dominic Molloy is an Environmental Economist with an MSc from University College London and over 5 years of experience working across the private, public and non-profit sectors.

Dominic has managed programs and conducted research for policy in the areas of ecosystems services, energy, low-carbon development, and climate resilience. He has broad international experience, primarily in Latin America, where he has been based for the past 4 years, and has publications in green tourism, fiscal policy, financing for conservation, and the cost of conserving protected areas.

Currently based in Colombia, Dominic is working as a project manager on the IADB/NDF funded project ‘Private Markets for Climate Resilience in Latin America, Africa and Asia’, through GCAP’s Colombian partner Grupo Laera.

Private Sector Resilience snapshot – The ports sector in Colombia

Private Sector Resilience snapshot – The ports sector in Colombia

A recent presentation on climate resilience in the Colombian ports sector from our expert Carlos Andres Sanchez Garcia, illustrating initial results from the GCAP/Grupo Laera – led project 'Private Markets for Climate Resilience in Asia, Africa and Latin America'. Highlights include:

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3 key challenges for Green Investment Banks

A recent OECD/New Climate Economy report on Green Investment Banks (GIBs) has found that 12 ‘GIB or GIB-like’ institutions now exist across the world, almost all of which have been created in the past 5 years. While the progress highlighted in the report is promising, my impression is that 3 key challenges remain for these institutions in promoting large-scale, low-carbon resilient development:

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