Claire Bernard of the Planning Institute of Jamica (PIOJ) provides insights into how Jamaican institutions have prepared to receive and manage international climate finance and what their experience can offer others.
Part 2 of our interview with Claire Bernard of the Planning Institute of Jamica provides insights into how Jamaican institutions have managed national climate change priorities and mobilised the financial resources to support their goals.
As the ninth meeting of the Green Climate Fund Board takes place in Songdo, Korea, CDKN asks Ken Kinney, Executive Director of The Development Institute, Ghana, [...]
Undertaking an economic impact of climate change on key sectors is Uganda’s first step in making the case for more climate-resilient investments. Mairi Dupar, CDKN’s [...]
FEATURE: The plumbing of adaptation finance – accountability, transparency and accessibility at the local level
The Knowledge Exchange for Climate Finance Readiness would like to present this summary of the World Resources Institute's paper examining phase 1 of the Adaptation Finance [...]
The Knowledge Exchange for Climate Finance Readiness would like to present this briefing on developed countries' fast start climate finance pledges to its readers– the link to [...]
Richard Calland (Africa Climate Finance Hub) and Smita Nakhooda (ODI) reflect on the meaning of climate finance readiness and the steps needed to achieve it for potential recipient [...]
The Adaptation Fund’s Climate Finance Readiness seminar series continues with a seminar in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sept. 10-12 -- the third seminar of its Readiness [...]
The Adaptation Fund held its Climate Finance Readiness Seminar #2 on July 15th-17th in Washington, DC. This seminar series, part of its Readiness Programme for Climate [...]
Hosted by the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) of Kenya and supported by the Heinrich Boell Foundation, Adaptation Fund and the Climate and Development Knowledge [...]