Scaling up and replicating effective climate finance interventions

Provision of climate finance to developing countries will need to be increased in order to reach the developed countries’ commitment to mobilise USD 100 bn p.a. by 2020. This project aims to identify successful mitigation and adaptation interventions that have been replicated or scaled-up and explore their characteristics. The will focus on activities where public resources have mobilised private finance, as well as relevant public climate finance, and cover both mitigation and adaptation activities.

Project Lead:
Pieter Pauw

Financing:
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Time frame:
2012 - 2013 / completed

Project description

Provision of climate finance to developing countries will need to be increased in order to reach the developed countries’ commitment to mobilise USD 100 bn p.a. by 2020. This project aims to identify successful mitigation and adaptation interventions that have been replicated or scaled-up and explore their characteristics. The will focus on activities where public resources have mobilised private finance, as well as relevant public climate finance, and cover both mitigation and adaptation activities.

Links

www.oecd.org

Current Publications

Dealing with interlinkages: a focused approach for implementing the SDGs and overcoming the COVID-19 crisis

Scholz, Imme / Adolf Kloke-Lesch / Robert Lepenies / Alex Goday-Faúndez / Felix Moronta Barrios / Anet Režek Jambrak / Armand Ketcha Malan Kablan / Tolu Oni / Moritz Riede / Yoko Shimpuku / Teresa Stoepler
External Publications of 01 October 2020