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Climate Finance

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...

Repeat Prescription: The impact of the World Bank’s Private Sector Diagnostic Tools on developing countries

The World Bank exerts influence over the development policies of low and middle income countries. It does this through various...

Enhancing women's organisations' role in, and access to, climate finance

Through a collaboration with Prospera, the International Network of Women’s Funds, who commissioned this vital work, WEDO researched and produced...

Climate Finance Thematic Briefing: Adaptation Finance (2018)

The costs of adaptation to climate change in developing countries are substantial. Developed countries have committed to scale up support...