Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is pleased to announce that the new publication from Market Mechanism Group has been uploaded in our website. "CDM in CHARTS" is a booklet with a good reputation for providing a straightforward and easy-to-understand description of the clean development mechanism (CDM).
This report highlights some of the key issue areas under discussion in the COP 16 and CMP meetings: adaptation, capacity building, technology transfer, finance, REDD+, and the flexibility mechanisms: CDM and JI.
Through a range of examples, this Issues Brief illustrates how public finance can catalyze climate action by piloting innovative ways to leverage both climate and development finance, such as combining resources and instruments to maximize synergies, exploring new opportunities to expand the scope for market mechanisms, and strengthening the capacity to facilitate access to resources and...
This guidebook is offered as a primer to countries to enable them to better assess the level and nature of assistance they will require to catalyze climate capital based on their unique set of national, regional and local circumstances.
The aim of the Little Climate Finance Book is to help key stakeholders including governments, NGOs, the private sector, indigenous peoples and local communities to compare existing and future proposals for climate finance in a consistent way. It also aims to demystify some of the key concepts around financial mechanisms that currently hinder negotiations.
The paper highlights the relevant information that needs to be tracked in order to build a comprehensive Mesure, Report and Verify system for climate finance, proposing both improvements to current reporting and tracking systems as well as new reporting approaches for a more robust and inclusive MRV system.
This study aims to assess investment and financial flows needed for mitigation of emissions of greenhouse gas emissions in the forestry sector and adaptation to climate change in the agriculture / livestock sector over the period from 2005 to 2030 in Niger.
This report concentrates on the role of the governments and external funders to co-ordinate funding in accordance with international principles developed over the last decades for aid effectiveness. It provides a synthesis of lessons from six case studies from countries (Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, South Africa and Tanzania) across the continent, focusing on whether these countries are...
Terms of reference for a short term consultancy to identify specific gaps in the existing regulatory framework hindering local investments in Clean Development Mechanism and to assist the Government with an action plan for addressing theme.