Demystifying Private Climate Finance

The report aims to increase policy-makers and climate negotiators understanding of the essentials of private finance, and it suggests and introduces a generic logic and approach – a sequence of questions – that climate negotiators and policy-makers should follow when debating, and ultimately designing, the public interventions required for the unlocking of at-scale private climate finance.


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Good Climate Finance Guide

This paper uses six criteria for ‘good climate finance’ and a positive deviance approach to draw lessons from six international climate funds and two development financing mechanisms to understand where climate finance is being delivered effectively to support locally led solutions. Based on this, it also presents recommendations for how climate finance could better support local actors to access and deliver the climate finance that they need to build their own climate and nature- positive solutions.


Accessing Climate Finance: A step-by-step approach for practitioners

This eighth handbook in the series addresses the needs which emerged during the ClimaSouth Climate Finance regional workshop held in Barcelona on 9 – 11 March 2016 at the headquarters of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM). The results of the study are presented in this handbook as a practical set of tools for key government and other stakeholders in partner countries to access climate finance. The tools focus on the preparation and assessment of project applications.


A Resource Guide to Climate Finance

The purpose of this Guide is to explore the practical questions related to climate finance, and the Guide aims to provide an initial orientation to the available funds that may be relevant for financing climate-related programs and projects of ACT Forums, members and partners, as well as other Faith-Based Organisations (FBOs), Non- Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and public institutions in developing countries.


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