With little enthusiasm to make public money flow how on earth will the great green hope for the developing world be financed?
Details on cash to bridge “finance gap” could arrive soon in Doha as both recipient and donor work to find a compromise.
Climate finance plagued with a lack of transparency and unmet promises according to new report from International Institute for Environment and Development
COP18: Pledges or at least indications of when these will come are a must to propel progress and trust in the 2020 climate change deal, says E3G’s Amal-Lee Amin.
Climate Vulnerability Monitor says lack of adherenece to “new and additional funding” rule means overseas aid is being diverted jeopardising Millennium Development Goals
The Green Climate Fund board may have met for the first time but there remain far too many unanswered questions on raising and spending cash to combat climate change.