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FEATURE: Climate finance advisory service – recommended reading

About the ‘recommended reading guide’ from CFAS

The CFAS offers negotiators, policy makers and advisors in the poorest and most climate vulnerable countries bespoke information and guidance to help them participate effectively in complex global climate finance negotiations, in particular the Green Climate Fund and the Standing Committee on Finance. It is implemented by a consortium of climate finance experts from developed and Developing Countries, led by Germanwatch, and financially supported by CDKN. The service is provided free of charge and is designed as a demand-driven initiative.

Four to six times a year, we will compile information on publications relevant to key discussions in the climate finance debate. This will provide decision makers with easy and direct access to knowledge and analysis generated by experts from around the world. For each of these selected readings, we provide a brief explanation why we regard this document as relevant to current debates, a brief summary and information where to find the documents. Our guide is not an endorsement of the authors’ views, nor is it based on in-depth review, but we hope you’ll find it useful.

To tell us about publications for inclusion in future editions of our guide, or to make other comments and suggestions, please contact us at:

CFAS newsletter and literature review: Preparing for Warsaw COP19

CFAS newsletter and recommended reading for October 2013

CFAS newsletter and recommended reading for July 2013

CFAS newsletter and recommended reading for June 2013

CFAS newsletter for April 2013 – (Español pdf)   (Français pdf)

CFAS newsletter for March 2013 – (Español pdf(Français pdf)

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The Climate Finance Advisory Service (CFAS) is delivered by a consortium of experts led by Germanwatch e.V. and funded by the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) .


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