Climate Finance Fundamentals

Climate Finance Fundamentals

The Climate Finance Fundamentals are meant to give readers unfamiliar with the global discourse about funding for climate action a better understanding of financial flows, the regions and countries they reach, and the climate interventions they target and is presented. This project is jointly managed by the Heinrich Böll Foundation North America and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI).

2017 Climate Finance Fundamentals

Climate Finance Fundamentals 11: The Green Climate Fund

Heading into COP 23 in Bonn under a Fiji COP presidency, this Climate Finance Fundamental provides a snapshot of the operationalization and functions of the Fund. While the Fund’s role in a post-2020 climate regime as the major finance channel under the Convention was confirmed, the scale of its resourcing remains to be clarified post-Paris

Climate Finance Fundamentals Archive

Below you can find all of the previous Climate Finance Fundamentals.

Climate Finance Fundamentals – Update 2014

Updated just before COP 20 in Lima (Peru), this series of 11 short introductory briefings, written in co-operation with the Overseas Development Institute, discusses a normative framework for and gender aspects of climate financing, the evolving global climate finance architecture, the progress in operationalizing the Green Climate Fund, and looks at the scale and impact of thematic climate finance flows on different regions in the developing world.

By Liane Schalatek (HBF) and Smita Nakhooda, Charlene Watson, Sam Barnard, Alice Caravani, Marigold Norman, Neil Bird, Nella Canales Trujillo (ODI)