Reporting REDD examines the debates between the different organizations and individuals involved with the project. It also looks at the possible complexities involved: the sheer scale of the mechanism, and the difficulties there might be in measuring the amount of carbon being saved.
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.
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.