10 Things to Know about Climate Finance in 2014

10 Things to Know about Climate Finance in 2014

10 Things to Know about Climate Finance in 2014
Dec 19, 2014 by Smita Nakhooda, Charlene Watson, Sam Barnard, Alice Caravani, Marigold Norman, Nella Canales Trujillo and Aidy Halimanjaya (ODI), Liane Schalatek (HBF)
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Date of Publication: December 2014

Did you know that in 2014 the Green Climate Fund became the largest climate fund with $10.2 bn in new pledges? Or that the Ban Ki-moon climate summit in September galvanized over $200 bn in climate related financial commitments? That developing countries still invest multitudes more in conventional energies than they receive in mitigation finance? That increasing amounts of public adaptation funding have succeeded in targeting the poorest countries and focusing attention on disaster risk reduction -- although much more is needed? These are just some of the "10 things to know about climate finance in 2014" which this compilation of graphics is highlighting. It provides noteworthy insights from ongoing monitoring efforts of Climate Funds Update, the joint cooperation project by the Heinrich Boell Stiftung North America and the Overseas Development Institute over the past year.

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Marry

I have heard about the Green Climate Fund, In fact I read out its summary a few weeks ago before reading about the tanner mainstain new policies but I did not know that it became the largest climate fund with $10.2 bn in new pledges. It is quite interesting. This is a nice blog for those who do not know about the investment multitudes of the developing countries. I think they should read it thoroughly.