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2017 Joint report on multilateral development banks’ climate finance

This report is available here. This report was written in June 2018 by a group of multilateral development banks (MDBs), composed...

Change Finance, not the Climate

This new handbook is an indispensable guide to climate activists and policy-makers alike towards a complete overhaul of the financial...

What are the other sources of climate finance?

Bilateral climate finance Public climate finance is also provided bilaterally and is administered through either established development agencies or special...

Which international institutions are involved in providing and monitoring climate finance?

The organizations which provide climate finance ranges from multilateral and bilateral financial institutions and organizations to development agencies. Multilateral institutions...

What is climate finance?

Climate finance are those financial resources which fund actions that mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change in...

What are the international commitments on climate finance?

Timeline infographic: 1992 - UNFCCC. Obligation of developing countries to provide ‘new and additional’ financial resources to support developing countries ...

Joint CSO Letter on the EIB Climate Bank Roadmap

The dual crises of Covid-19 and climate change represent an opportunity for the European Investment Bank (EIB) to become the...

NGO Statement: European Green Deal must strengthen partner countries’ recovery from the Covid-19 crisis

Today, Eurodad, along with 15 other civil society organisations, released a joint statement calling for the European Union to pursue...

In the dark: Secrecy and the Myingyan Public Private Partnership gas power plant in Myanmar

This report is by Recourse, a Eurodad member. Cash-strapped governments are promoting public-private partnerships (PPPs) as the panacea to delivering...