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New film: Switching on climate finance in Kenya

9 May 2017|Case Studies, Global front, Programming Adaptation Finance, Uncategorized|

Africa accounts for many of the fastest growing economies in the world, but with this growth comes new challenges including those posed by climate change. Kenya has identified investment in [...]

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Private sector angle: How Bangladeshi businesses can profit from climate resilience

9 May 2017|Case Studies, Global front, Private Sector Experience|

Mairi Dupar reports on presentations and discussions at COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco. Read the related blog here: 'Financing Resilience - Global to local actions can work in step to help [...]

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Financing climate resilience: There are increasing opportunities for action

9 May 2017|Feature Articles, Programming Adaptation Finance, Uncategorized|

Climate and water expert Gavin Quibell believes there are increasing opportunities to finance both the social and economic components of climate resilience. A call to action Despite remarkable progress addressing extreme [...]

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Becoming ‘climate finance ready’: Peru’s experience

18 April 2017|Global front, Private Sector Experience, Region front|

Anna Hickman of CDKN catches up with Alberto Paniagua Villagre, Executive Director of Profonanpe, to quiz him on his organisation’s success in becoming accredited to both the Adaptation Fund and Green Climate Fund.

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OPINION: Direct access to international climate finance – a view from Latin America and the Caribbean

22 November 2016|Programming Adaptation Finance, Uncategorized|

Mathieu Lacoste of CDKN provides an overview of the status of climate finance in Latin America and the Caribbean. He explores how countries of the region are creating the conditions to enjoy direct access to climate finance in the future.

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