The Frankfurt School - UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance
The 2019 Frankfurt Climate and Sustainable Energy Finance (CSEF) Summer Academy offers participants the chance to take a lead role in the climate finance story; including core coursework on the links between public and private sector finance, the impact of recent international climate negotiations, and policies and sources of financing to scale up and unlock climate finance.
The agricultural sector is highly vulnerable to environmental risk, be it from climate change or the breakdown of ecosystems. This new sector-specific guide provides a framework for the inclusion of natural capital considerations into credit risk assessment for agricultural lending. It aligns natural capital risks and opportunities into business decision-making, enabling financial flows to be directed to the best-managed, most sustainable projects.
From 15 April - 31 May 2019, eleven partner organisations are offering a free seven-week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Biodiversity Finance. It will provide you with the tools to assess the policy, institutional, and economic context for biodiversity finance; conduct a financial needs assessment to achieve a country’s biodiversity goals; and develop a biodiversity finance plan that identifies the most suitable finance solutions.
Despite demonstrated need and demand throughout Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), many MSMEs and low-income households are not able to access clean energy, energy efficiency technologies, and adaptation products. A primary cause
adelphi, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Climate Finance Training for Sector Experts (CliFiT4SE) is a dynamic, interactive training approach to inform sector experts in developing countries and emerging economies about climate finance opportunities.