Rare IMF Relief Offers a Hope of Green Recovery to Debt-Laden Nations

Dean Rachel Kyte speaks with Climate Home News about how climate action and debt relief must connect.
Dean Kate Kyte

As the International Monetary Fund is poised to inject $650 billion into the global economy, indebted low and middle-income countries are exploring ways to leverage the relief into green investments.


Rachel Kyte, dean of the Fletcher School and former sustainable energy representative for the UN secretary general, told Climate Home News debt relief was “a pre-requisite” for success in Glasgow.

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