GCF insight 13: Top 5 climate finance knowledge gaps
11 November 2019, E Co., Category: All insights, GCF insight, Tags: adaptation, Climate action, climate finance, gcf, GCF B.24, GCF insight, Green Climate Fund, mitigation, Paris Agree, report, Songdo, UNFCCC, webinar
GCF insight #13
‘As the landscape of climate finance continues to evolve, the global discourse on its definition, mechanisms, and criteria remains a complex matter for most stakeholders. While significant progress has been made in disseminating information on climate finance flows, fund architecture and their limitations and on providing toolkits for scoping out climate finance opportunities to developing GCF Proposals, knowledge gaps persist – particularly for those stakeholders who should benefit most from accessing these funds.
This report explores the main knowledge gaps in understanding climate finance, as identified by different stakeholder groups. We hope to shed light on key issues, necessitating further research; for better access to information; and for increasing access to climate finance.’
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*We are grateful to the respondents of this study for their contributions and insights. This study is an initiative of E Co., emerging from work we are doing to develop low-carbon, climate resilient projects. E Co.’s team of consultants designed and administered the survey and prepared this report. E Co. has conducted this research independently and is not affiliated with the GCF, the GCF Secretariat or donors.
‘Decoding GCF B.24 + GPIC 2019’
Tuesday 19 November, 1pm GMT
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