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    Indigenous peoples and the green climate fund: a technical briefing for indigenous peoples, policymakers and support groups

    Forest Peoples Programme, 2012
    Through the International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC), indigenous peoples seek recognition of their contribution to climate change issues and respect for their right to participate in Green Climate Fund (GCF) activities and decision-making.
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    Future perfect

    Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations, 2012
    This United Nations flagship publication launched at the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development in June 2012 aims to raise awareness on sustainability and green growth. The objective is to show renewed political commitment for sustainable development, while assessing progress to date.
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    Global Transition 2012: challenge papers

    Global Transition 2012, 2012
    These eleven challenge papers by the Global Transition 2012 initiative aim to provide a clear perspective on the priority areas for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20. Topics discussed in the papers include the green economy, global inequality, the blue economy and green jobs and skills. The first paper in the series focuses on the green economy.
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    Green growth, resources and resilience: environmental sustainability in Asia and the Pacific

    Asian Development Bank, 2012
    This report describes an evolving policy landscape in Asia and the Pacific characterised by a changing economic reality, rising demand for resources, increasingly apparent impacts of climate change and increased risk and uncertainty.
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    Global Transition 2012

    The Global Transition 2012 is an international network that aims to catalyse a global transition by building a community of civil society organisations across the globe to promote and deliver a rapid
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    Public climate finance: a survey of systems to monitor and evaluate climate finance effectiveness

    Climate Policy Initiative, 2012
    Multilateral and bilateral intermediaries are a crucial part of the climate finance landscape. In general, intermediaries are working hard to improve their monitoring and evaluation systems, but there is significant room for improvement, particularly to ensure that monitoring and evaluation is applied across the full lifecycle of projects and programmes.
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    Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA)

    ECPA was established by the President of the United States of America in 2009; other member countries are Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru and Trinidad and Tobago.
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    Ecological footprint and investment in natural capital in Asia and the Pacific

    Asian Development Bank, 2012
    The Asia and Pacific region has some of the largest and most diverse ecosystems on Earth. Despite its rich natural capital, this report by the Asian Development Bank and WWF shows that biodiversity is declining in the region in all types of ecosystems, including forests, rivers and oceans, with the rate of species loss about twice the global average.
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    Energy for a shared development agenda: global scenarios and governance implications

    Stockholm Environment Institute, 2012
    This study examines how energy needs for human and economic development can be met in a way that is compatible with long-term sustainable development at the global scale.
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    International Public Finance to Address Climate Change in Indonesia – Lessons for the Future of European Development Cooperation

    European Development Cooperation, 2011
    This policy brief examines international and national climate finance flows in Indonesia and makes recommendations for future European Union (EU) climate finance operations. The Cancun Agreements (2010) state that developed countries should transfer new and additional finance for developing countries to address climate change.

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