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Climate Policy with the Chequebook – An Economic Analysis of Climate Investment Support

Across the globe, climate policy is increasingly using investment support instruments, such as grants, concessional loans, and guarantees – whereas carbon prices are losing importance. This development substantially increases the risk of inefficient public spending.

Author: Karol Kempa and Ulf Moslener
Release date: March, 2016
Guarantees for Green Markets: Potential and Challenges

This publication outlines the challenges of investing in low-carbon and climate-resilient technologies and activities in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Author: Aldana, Marco; Braly-Cartillier, Isabelle; Shuford, Laura Susanne
Editor: Netto, Maria; Gomes Lorenzo, José Juan
Release date: November, 2014
Direct access to international climate finance and associated fiduciary standards

The publication outlines the minimum fiduciary standards and direct access requirements of the AF and GEF and describes the details of their application processes.

Author: Laura Druce, Christine Grüning and Carola Menzel
Release date: May, 2014
GET FiT: Observations from a financial perspective.

Observations from a financial perspective.According to recent estimates 17 % of the world’s population does not have access to electricity grids. Fossil fuels still constitute more than 80 % in the worldwide energy mix.

Author: Silvia Kreibiehl, Sabine Miltner
Editor: Eric Heymann
Release date: November, 2013
Monitoring the Receipt of International Climate Finance by Developing Countries

The 2010 Cancun Agreements and 2011 Durban Outcome call for developing countries to register, monitor, and report on support1 received, and for developed countries to improve their reporting by using more

Author: Dennis Tirpak, Kirsten Stasio and Letha Tawney, World Resources Institute (WRI)
Release date: August, 2012
National Climate Finance Institutions - Their Challenges and how the "Fit for the Funds" Programme can respond to them

This paper summarises the outcomes of regional workshops where National Climate Finance Institutions (NCFIs) shared their experience and addressed specific challenges they face when accessing and utilising climate finance.

Author: Frankfurt School - UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate and Sustainable Energy Financ
Release date: January, 2012