Contents with tag: Climate Investment Funds

9 Jan 2013
The World Bank and Climate Change Finance

Despite the woeful inadequacy of funding made available by the North for developing countries to meet climate challenges, donor-controlled climate funds have proliferated in recent years. Among the institutions that have staked a claim in the business of climate finance is the World Bank, which unveiled its Climate Investment Funds (CIFs) in 2008. At over $8 billion, the World Bank’s CIFs and carbon funds are collectively the largest climate-related funds currently managed by any public multilateral institution, dwarfing all of the funds under the UNFCCC.

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