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Estimating Mobilized Private Climate Finance: Methodological Approaches, Options and Trade-offs

This working paper, a collaboration with OECD, aims to guide the development of more robust methodologies to estimate climate finance mobilized by public interventions; these methodologies are a critical component of the MRV architecture of international climate finance.


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Author(s): Aman Srivastava (WRI), Raphaël Jachnik (OECD) and Randy Caruso (OECD)
Wednesday, Apr 1st 2015
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Monitoring & evaluation for climate change adaptation and resilience: A synthesis of tools, frameworks and approaches

This report represents a synthesis and summary of frameworks for the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of climate change adaptation and resilience (CCAR) interventions, with a specific focus on international development projects and programmes.


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Author(s): SEA Change CoP and UKCIP
Friday, May 16 2014
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CSR Report 2013: Climate Change

This report addresses deeply one of the core areas surrounding Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Group's main initiatives : Climate Change. This reports refers to fiscal year 2012, which ended is March 2013.


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Author(s): SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST HOLDINGS
Saturday, Mar 1st 2014
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Climate change and decline in water resources in Kikuletwa Catchment, Pangani, Northern Tanzania

This study covers eight villages which face a variety of water shortage and environmental challenges that are intertwined with the causes and consequences of a changing climate. Access to water is the primary natural resource concern in Pangani Basin and Kikuletwa catchment villages and a lack of infrastructure for storing and directing water during rainy periods limits opportunities for harvesting water for irrigation and other household uses.


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Author(s): Linus K. Munishi and Pudensiana C. Sawere
Wednesday, Jan 1st 2014
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Assessment of global megatrends — an update Global megatrend 8: Growing demands on ecosystems

Driven by global population growth and associated demands for food and energy, as well as evolving consumption patterns, the pressure on the Earth's ecosystems is continuously increasing. This report prepared by the European Environment Agency (EEA) analyses global changes and their implications for Europe’s environment.


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Author(s): European Environment Agency (EEA)
Friday, Dec 6 2013
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Preparación Financiera Climática: Lecciones aprendidas en países en desarollo

This document analyzes and evaluates the different available options on national and international levels for the design and implementation of financial and institutional arrangements for climate change in Peru.



Author(s): The Nature Conservancy
Friday, Nov 30 2012
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Letter from Global Investor Networks to the Government of the World’s Largest Economies

This letter is addressed to the governments of the world’s largest economies, in their roles as domestic policymakers, as important stakeholders in ongoing international negotiations on climate change and as countries where the greatest reductions in greenhouse gas emissions are needed.


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Author(s): Global Investor Networks
Wednesday, Oct 31 2012
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Financing Renewable Energy in Developing Countries

This report combines desktop research with a global study on renewable energy financing in developing countries and applies the results from this survey to sub-Saharan Africa.


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Author(s): United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative
Wednesday, Feb 29 2012
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And yet it moves: Success stories and drivers of CDM project development in sub-Saharan Africa

The case studies compiled and analysed in this study show that despite these and other challenges encountered in sub-Saharan Africa, a number of CDM projects have been successfully implemented, generating financial, environmental, and developmental returns.


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Author(s): Climate Change Working Group and African Task Force of the UNEP-FI
Sunday, Jan 1st 2012
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And yet it moves - Success stories and drivers of CDM project development in sub-Saharan Africa

This study presents examples where the CDM has been used in particularly successful ways to mobilise financial resources for carbon-reduction projects, while promoting sustainable development in local communities in sub-Saharan Africa. This study aims to provide an introduction to the CDM – from rationale and project types, to commercial banks in the region not yet familiar with it.


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Author(s): United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative
Saturday, Dec 31 2011
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Blue Carbon: First Level Exploration of Natural Coastal Carbon in the Arabian Peninsula

This publication is part of an AGEDI initiative to explore Blue Carbon in a local, national and regional setting. This report showcases Blue Carbon for the region and identifies preliminary opportunities in advancing coordinated environmental and climate change policy.


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Author(s): Lutz, S.J.
Saturday, Dec 31 2011
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Adapting for a Green Economy: Companies, Communities and Climate Change

This report makes the business case for private sector adaptation to climate change in ways that build the resilience of vulnerable communities in developing countries, then offers actions that companies and policymakers can pursue to catalyze and scale up action on adaptation.


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Author(s): United Nations Global Compact, UNEP, Oxfam, and WRI
Thursday, Dec 1st 2011
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Investment-Grade Climate Change Policy: Financing the Transition to the Low-Carbon Economy

The report aims to contribute to policymakers’ understanding of the factors that institutional investors consider when investing in areas such as renewable energy and energy efficiency, and to set out what institutional investors see as ‘investment-grade’ climate change and clean energy policy that would support significant low carbon, clean energy investment.


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Author(s): IIGCC, INCR, IGCC and UNEP FI
Friday, Sep 30 2011
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Financial Transaction Taxes for climate change and development

This WWF Recommendation Paper argues that new and innovative sources of financing are urgently required to address the growing and global challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss, poverty and social injustice. Financial transaction taxes are one of the few sources of financing that can provide sufficient funding to address all these global problems, as well as contribute to national budgets and repay the debts remaining from the global financial crisis.


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Author(s): WWF
Tuesday, Nov 30 2010
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The Little Climate Finance Book

This book introduces an overarching framework that organises options for international financial mechanisms under three main headings: revenue generation, delivery and institutional arrangements.


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Author(s): Charlie Parker, Jessica Brown, Jonathan Pickering, Emily Roynestad, Niki Mardas & Andrew W. Mitchell / Global Canopy Programme
Wednesday, Dec 09 2009
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