Searching with a thematic focus on Climate change Finance, Climate change, Finance policy
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- DocumentInternational Institute for Environment and Development, 2011This briefing paper by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is aimed at delegates of the 2011United Nations climate negotiations in Durban, South Africa. It makes clear the responsibilities imparted by previous climate change negotiations and, as the scaling-up period of 2013-2019 approaches, the danger of the widening chasm between word and deed thus far witnessed.Document
Financing climate change mitigation: towards a framework for measurement, reporting and verificationOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2009This paper focuses on North-South finance flows to explore how sources of mitigation support vary in terms of their relative size and importance to mitigation efforts, type and purpose.DocumentEcofys, 2012Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) and carbon markets are currently developing in parallel with increasing debate on how to link the two approaches. This paper explores the role carbon markets may play for NAMAs and the key issues around the compatibility of the two concepts.DocumentOverseas Development Institute [ES], 2011This paper summarises the current status of international public financial support and the progress made in the development of multilateral and bilateral delivery mechanisms for REDD+. The paper states that though it is difficult to evaluate the outcomes of specific financial support, the following lessons can be identified from early experience.DocumentWorld Resources Institute, Washington DC, 2009This working paper analyses the first set of clean technology investment plans from Egypt, Mexico and Turkey and makes the case for greater emphasis on institutional capacity and governance in measuring programme results.DocumentOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2008This paper considers how public finance in developed countries can best be used to support climate change mitigation in developing countries. It describes the role of public finance in climate change mitigation in relation to other instruments and analyses market failures and barriers to mitigation technologies that could be overcome by public finance.DocumentOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2011This report places climate change financing within the wider development context, and in particular in relation to the Aid Effectiveness principles articulated in the Paris Declaration (PD) and the Accra Agenda for Action (AAA). It makes no judgement on whether the external finance is classified as Official Development Assistance or not.DocumentWorld Bank, 2010This report presents a synthesis of the findings from the Ghana EACC case study. The study benefited from close collaboration and input from various stakeholders, including government agencies, civil society organizations, and development partners.Document
Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change.The Social Dimensions of Adaptation to Climate Change in GhanaWorld Bank, 2010This report presents important knowledge on Ghana’s vulnerability to climate change and various adaptation options that could be integrated into sectoral and spatial planning. It provides the needed inputs for planning a sustainable future. The need to pay attention to community-level actions/responses through direct support and mainstreaming into national policy cannot be overemphasized.DocumentCARE International, 2009A contract was signed between the Danish Energy Agency and CARE Danmark on 10 June 2009 to carry out a pre-feasibility study for a CDM Program of Activities (PoA) on improved cook stoves in Northern Ghana.