There is growing interest in the role that private finance could play in supporting agricultural adaptation in sub-Saharan Africa. This discussion brief What Roles Could Private Actors Play in Agricultural Adaptation in Sub-Saharan Africa? Insights from Publicly Funded Projects examines the role of private actors in publicly funded agricultural adaptation projects in this region.
The study International Transfers under Article 6 in the Context of Diverse Ambition of NDCs assesses the environmental integrity risks of international carbon markets under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and discusses possible international rules to address them.
The report Climate Finance for the Indian Ocean and African Small Island Developing States analyses concessional international public flows of climate finance to Indian Ocean and African Small Island Developing States for the six years 2010–2015.
German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement have some important things in common. Both are universal, designed to be implemented from the bottom up, and depending on partnership for realisation.
The paper Climate Finance in the Caribbean Region’s Small Island Developing States analyses climate finance flows to Caribbean SIDS, using data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Development Assistance Committee’s Creditor Reporting System (CRS).
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by the United Nations member states in 2015, requires “each government (to set) its own national targets guided by the global level of ambition” set out by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This working paper presents an analysis of climate finance flows to Pacific Island states in 2010–2014, collectively and by country, as well as more recent data on flows from multilateral climate funds.
In the face of increasingly likely dangerous climate change, many developing countries are designing green economy or low-emissions development strategies, but are simultaneously on a course of investment locking them into high-emission infrastructure.
New Climate Economy (NCE), Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
This paper conducts a comparative analysis of the results of five recently completed studies that examined the economic case for investment in low-carbon development in five cities: Leeds (UK), Kolkata (India), Lima (Peru), Johor Bahru (Malaysia) and Palembang (Indonesia).