In this first of three sets of video presentations from the workshop ‘South-South Learning Exchange on Developing Bankable Climate Projects’, Jorge Villanueva and Zabreen Hasan of CDKN pose questions to climate finance specialists from South Asia: Iftikhar Hossain and Nazmul Haque of Bangladesh and Fawad Hayat of Pakistan.
CDKN and its partners have been sharing experiences with each other on how developing countries can become more 'climate finance ready'. As part of this programme, we interviewed Mikko Ollikainen of the Adaptation Fund Secretariat about what he's looking for in a project proposal.
The concept of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) was introduced in 2007 under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change as a mechanism for enabling mitigation action in developing countries, with [...]
How do you build the investment case for climate change adaptation in an African context? Watch an animation about a workshop held in Cape Town, South Africa, which brought together CDKN colleagues and collaborators to discuss adaptation on the continent.
Experts who gathered to discuss climate finance in Addis Ababa last month found that many of the standards and procedures developed to channel public funds to African countries may provide the foundation for new forms of private finance to flow for climate resilience. CDKN Africa's Senior Programme Manager Suzanne Carter reports.