The Southern Africa Climate Finance Partnership (SACFP) is hosting a webinar on climate finance flows in Southern Africa, revealing trends and observations relevant to institutions and governments seeking to access climate finance. [more...]
Developing countries need an estimated US$100 billion per year in climate finance by 2020 to adapt to climate change and help them shift toward low-carbon development paths. The funds are still only partly committed by governments and only partly available on private markets. Explore our projects, publications and blogs urging increased ambition, below.
The Nature-based Solutions (NbS) Digital Dialogues hosted by the University of Oxford convened virtually on 7-9th July 2020. Sam Bickersteth reports on key economics and governance issues highlighted in the debates. [more...]
The NDC Financing Fellowship is now open for applications for policymakers and researchers from Sub-Saharan Africa. Apply before the 31st of July 2020 [more...]
The latest Green Climate Fund (GCF) Proposal Toolkit 2020 integrates the latest GCF policy changes and funding proposal template v2.0 in order to provide the most recent guidance to project proponents, accredited entities and national designated authorities. [more...]
This case study showcases the role played by the Bangladesh Bank in supporting the garment sector to become more sustainable through providing finance for environmentally-friendly machinery. [more]…
This case study showcases the city of Ahmedabad’s experience in successfully raising funds through municipal bonds to finance climate-resilient urban development. [more]…