Searching with a thematic focus on Climate change Finance, Climate change, Climate change governance

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    The cost of adapting to climate change in Ethiopia: sector-wise and macro-economic estimates

    International Food Policy Research Institute, 2013
    This paper uses spatially - explicit analyses of climate change effects on selected key sectors of Ethiopia’s economy to analyse both sector-wise and economy-wide estimates of impacts and adaptation costs.
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    Climate-smart agriculture sourcebook

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2013
    This comprehensive sourcebook on climate-smart agriculture (CSA), produced by the Food and Agriculture Organisation, consists of eighteen modules covering every aspect of planning and implementing CSA policies and projects.
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    Unlocking business dynamism to promote green (sustainable and inclusive) growth: learning from innovation in emerging economies

    Overseas Development Institute [ES], 2013
    The Overseas Development Institute, working alongside Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit and the International Poverty Reduction Center in China, have been developing a collaborative, research, policy engagement and knowledge transfer exchange programme. The aim is to provide stakeholders with firm evidence of ways to promote effective investment in green growth.
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    Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN)

    The Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN) is a regional programme for managing and applying adaptation knowledge in the region.
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    Measuring the effectiveness of public climate finance delivery at the national level

    Overseas Development Institute, 2013
    This paper presents a framework for measuring the effectiveness of national systems that deliver public climate finance; an approach that incorporates the policy environment, institutional architecture and the public financial system through which climate-based expenditures are channelled.
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    Mobilizing climate investment: the role of international climate finance in creating scaled-up low-carbon energy

    It is estimated that developing countries need US$ 531 billion per year additional investment in energy supply and demand technologies, between now and 2050, in order to limit global temperature rise to two degrees above pre-industrial levels.
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    Demand in a fragmented global carbon market: outlook and policy options

    Nordic Council of Ministers, 2013
    This report, conducted by GreenStream together with Climate Focus, argues that the global carbon market currently faces a deep demand crisis. The consequent price fall reduces the incentive to make low carbon investments and thus increases the risk of locking in carbon-intensive infrastructure.
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    Creating the climate for change

    Climate Investment Funds, 2013
    This 2012 annual report of the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), jointly produced by its partner multilateral development banks, provides an overview of CIF's activities in 49 pilot countries. So far CIF has pledged US $7.6 billion, funding 66 projects in renewable energy, energy efficiency, clean transport, sustainable management of forests and climate resilience.
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    National climate funds: learning from the experience of Asia-Pacific countries

    United Nations Development Programme, 2012
    This discussion paper from the United Nations Development Programme examines the experiences of Asia-Pacific countries in establishing and managing extra-budgetary national climate funds (NCFs).
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    Climate change governance and funding dilemma in Nepal

    Forestry Nepal, 2012
    This study explores and analyses governance and financing on climate change adaptation with particular reference to Nepal using a political economy and institutional analysis framework. The findings suggest that Nepal has attempted – unsuccessfully − to capitalise on international and national funding to implement its adaptation priorities.