Étiqueté : Green Climate Fund
The stakes for alleviating poverty and avoiding unbridled climate change are inextricably linked. Climate change impacts will slow down and may even reverse trends in poverty reduction
Comments regarding ‘Policies and Procedures for the Initial Allocation of Fund Resources’ / Benito Müller. Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Feb. 2014, 9 p. http://www.oxfordenergy.org/wpcms/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Initial-Allocation-of-Fund-Resources.pdf This Review Note for the Sixth Meeting of the Green Climate Fund Board analyses the GCF Paper Policies and Procedures...
This discussion paper from the World Future Council assesses how the GCF could mobilize diffusion of renewable energy Feed-in Tariffs.
The paper considers lessons from fiscal transfer mechanisms, i.e. instruments used to allocate central tax revenue to sub-national governments, for the allocation of (adaptation) resources.
This WRI report draws on the experiences of six developing countries to examine how public climate finance can help meet the significant investment needs of developing countries by creating attractive conditions for scaled-up investment in low-carbon energy
This Brokkings’s paper outlines the need for, and barriers to, private sector investment, and presents a range of complementary strategies for overcoming these barriers
A working paper describing a post-Kyoto framework for reducing global emissions and funding the Green Climate Fund.
Elements for organizing the Transitional Committee to establish the Green Climate Fund, based on lessons learned from the Global Fund experience.