Webinar - Report launch: 'Blended finance for climate action - good value for money?'

On 28 February, we presented the new report "Blended finance for climate action - good value for money?' during a webinar, organised with the support of ActionAid. 

On 8 February, Eurodad and ActionAid released 'Blended finance for climate action: good value for money', one of the first reports exploring the role of blended finance for climate action from a public interest and civil society perspective.

During the 2023 United Nations climate conference in Dubai (COP28), the issue of ‘blended finance’ for climate action was a major focus at the inaugural Business and Philanthropy Climate Forum. This event saw global funds – the Green Climate Fund, Allied Climate Partners and Allianz Global Investors – collectively announce the mobilisation of US$ 5 billion through several blended finance structures, bringing together philanthropies, development finance institutions (DFIs), and the private and public sectors. What is blended finance and what role does – and should – it have in climate action?

This webinar covered the key messages of the report, and explored the challenges and opportunities that this approach presents. The event aimed to initiate a debate on the topic, facilitate knowledge sharing and build capacity among CSOs to engage with these complex discussions. 


• Dr. Farwa Sial, author of the report, Senior Policy and Advocacy Officer - Development Finance, Eurodad

• Dr. Basani Baloyi, Programme Co-Director - Institute for Economic Justice

Moderated by Anders Dahlbeck, Climate Justice Programme Manager, ActionAid Denmark.

Read the report (available in English, French and Spanish) 

Read the case studies (available in English, French and Spanish)

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