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Getting climate finance to the frontline

Seven key ideas for scaling up finance for local community resilience in some of the poorest and most climate-vulnerable regions of the world

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Oz Opts Out?

Oz Opts Out?

Australia’s performance on climate change appears to lack ambition and be full of contradictions. Is political stalemate endangering its Paris commitments?

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LIFELINES OR EARLY MOVERS? PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT IN THE POOREST NATIONS

LIFELINES OR EARLY MOVERS? PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT IN THE POOREST NATIONS

Earlier this year we spoke with the LDC Group and IIED about private sector channels for NDC financing in the world’s poorest countries already on the frontline of climate change.

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  • And here’s UNDP’s latest newsletter on adaptation

  • An example of the kind of regional co-operation that will be needed to combat CC effectively: seven Andean countries agree to work together in ten areas related to climate adaptation

  • The Trump Administration has weakened guidance on how the U.S. will vote at the multilateral development banks on matters like restrictions on funding for the fossil fuel industry

  • A thoughtful and realistic piece by the World Bank on the need for – and the challenges to – sovereign wealth funds getting involved in green finance. They have indeed not been visible so far given the huge assets they control