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Financing a transition to climate-resilient green economies
Many countries see the advantages of a climate-resilient green economy, and several developing nations are already taking important steps to ease the transition. This briefing shares how Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nepal, Rwanda, the Gambia and Zanzibar are designing intermediaries, economic and financial instruments and financial planning systems that fit within the global climate finance ‘landscape’ and will help ensure governments are ready to leverage, manage and disburse climate finance from both public and private sources. Such actions will help meet the very specific financing needs of climate-resilient green economy investments.
An international network of government planners is sharing strategies on how to mainstream climate change into development planning.
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Government group network on climate change mainstreaming