The private sector and climate change adaptation: International Finance Corporations investments under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience, a Bretton Woods Project/CAFOD working paper, April 2013
Critical issues for Channelling Climate Finance via Private Sector Actors - Briefing commissioned by the UK Bond Development and Environment Group with support from Bretton Woods Project, CAFOD, Christian Aid, Tearfund, UNICEF UK, World Development Movement, March 2013
Quick off the blocks? UK adaptation finance and integrated planning, a report by CAFOD and Tearfund, 2012
The expectations of the latest round of global climate talks (26 November – 7 December, Doha, Qatar) were low, but governments failed to meet them nevertheless. The conference gave us no progress today, but a slightly better chance of steps forward tomorrow.
CIDSE's Emilie Johann talks to RTCC about climate finance in at the Doha climate conference.
When Ministers reached Doha at the start of week two almost no progress had been made on any of the crucial issues at the climate talks. A few days later, the finish line is now fast approaching. Let's have a look at where we are. (FR version below)
After a week of negotiations with little to no progress, Ministers arrive in Doha among increasing uncertainty about a positive outcome of the climate talks.
A crucial stumbling block here in Doha will be the issue of climate finance. With Fast Start Finance (FSF) due to draw to a close at the end of this year, the most vulnerable communities feeling the brunt of climate change are now rightly asking: what financing plans do developed countries have up their sleeves to address the urgent need for climate action?
Climate finance - CIDSE position paper for the UNFCCC ‘COP 18’ summit in Doha, Qatar, November 2012