About this blog

NDCi.global is a not-for-profit, mutually supportive community resource for professionals working on their country climate commitments and related goals.  We’re especially focussed on financing challengesIt doesn’t matter if you work in clean energy, industry and transport, water, waste, land, forestry and/or agri, NDCi.global is for you. The aim is to help make tasks easier –  translating NDCs from paper into projects.


Get involved in our community by sending us your
 comments, questions, stories and pictures: share links to resources you’ve found or created and have your say. Sign up for our free weekly email, and join our LinkedIn group or Facebook page. If you’d like to suggest a topic or submit a guest post, get in touch via, and post content via the Contribute page.

Find out more

Latest from twitter

Tags:

Climate action and sustainable development as one agenda: simple truth, complex task

UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa tells us about her priorities for the coming year, and how a unified agenda for climate and development is becoming a core agenda for governments everywhere

TAGS  /  , ,

Reinventing tradition to build-in water resiliency in Jamaica

Reinventing tradition to build-in water resiliency in Jamaica

This is the first in what we hope will be a regular series featuring successful climate finance transactions.  Thanks to Anaitee Mills at the IDB for kicking us … Continue reading Reinventing tradition to build-in water resiliency in Jamaica

TAGS  /  , , , ,

De-risking for the mainstream

De-risking for the mainstream

How the UN’s Office for Project Services (UNOPS) is looking to help the private sector implement SDG and NDC goals

TAGS  /  , , , , ,

View all our posts

Featured resource

Reinventing tradition to build-in water resiliency in Jamaica

This is the first in what we hope will be a regular series featuring successful climate finance transactions.  Thanks to Anaitee Mills at the IDB for kicking us … Continue reading Reinventing tradition to build-in water resiliency in Jamaica

close

Featured links

  • GCF has opened a new library, including funding proposals received which could be a good model for new applications

  • New IEA/IRENA report for G20 lists 7 things that need to happen to fulfil Paris targets.  Includes doubling of energy investment to $3.8tn by 2050 but notes this is only 0.3% of global GDP

  • Sign up for the UNFCCC’s twice-monthly “Momentum for Change” podcast featuring  positive, transformative climate action stories from across the globe

  • All you need to know about  the 2017 Climate Bonds Initiative annual conference in their “10-minute takeaway”