IBON Primer on Climate Finance


2012 | 99 pages

Clearly, poor people in the developing  world who contributed least to climate change are also the first and foremost affected by it. Significantly financial and technological support for both adaptation and mitigation would have to be generated,  especially for developing countries and vulnerable communities who are worst-affected yet lack the capacity to adapt socially, technologically and financially.  Addressing  climate change would require grassroots-based national strategies as well as long-term international cooperation.  In turn, this would entail equitable effective and participatory  institutional arrangements and process for ensuring that financial flows truly  benefit the most vulnerable communities as well as the global environment.



Introduction: The need for financing to address climate change

Chapter I: Concepts and defi nitions in climate finance

Chapter II: Types and modes of climate finance

Chapter III: Climate finance governance

Chapter IV: Development effectiveness in climate finance

Annex: People’s Protocol on Climate Change


Additional information

Weight 1 kg


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “IBON Primer on Climate Finance”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *