Early stakeholderholder consultations in Peru identified the cement sector as one of the sectors with highest potential for reducing greenhouse gases (GHG). The industry was responsible for around 6.1...
Date: Thursday, 16th of March 2017, 1 – 2:30 pm CET // 15:00- 16:30 Nairobi (UTC+3) // 19:00 – 20:30 Bangkok, Hanoi (UTC+7) The availability of reliable, transparent and accurate information on national greenhouse gas emissions is crucial for planning climate change mitigation actions and monitoring their success. In order […]
As part of Germany’s G20 Presidency, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is advancing the ‘GreenInvest’ dialogue platform in order to engage developing countries in the mainstreaming and mobilization of green finance. A first consultation of developing countries under the GreenInvest platform was held in Singapore on […]
A new report offers a strategic guide for cities in developing countries to access green bond market flows, a potential source of finance for cities looking to secure investment in low-carbon, climate-resilient infrastructure to meet the water, energy, housing and transportation needs of their expanding urban populations. Since 2007, USD […]
The Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance has selected three new ideas for climate finance instruments for further analysis, development and preparation that could help drive billions in climate finance to developing countries: A cloud forest conservation fund; a facility for early stage finance for renewable energy; and a commercial […]
A concrete funding opportunity is on the horizon for a ‘green school’ NAMA in Uganda that aims at providing integrated sustainable energy solutions for schools throughout the country. From 16 to 19 January, the NAMA Facility will pay a due diligence site visit to the Uganda green school project, one […]
The seventh technical analysis of biennial update reports (BURs) from developing country Parties was convened in Bonn, Germany, from 5 to 9 December, the final round in 2016. These reports are submitted by developing countries every two years, showing their actions in tackling climate change and support received to undertake […]