How Much Money is Needed for Climate Change?
Global studies provide a useful reminder of the scale of climate finance that we need, but these aggregate figures are too abstract to guide investment choice.
AlertNet, 1 August 2012
Estimates of the costs of addressing climate change in developing countries vary substantially from $480 billion to $ 1.5 trillion per year. read more »
Cheikh Tijani lives on a plain that should be used as pasture for animals, but lack of rain means the pasture is scarce.
Inter Press Service, 27 July 2012
With the United Nations Climate Change Conference less than four months away, African countries need to present convincing arguments and successful adaptation projects to attract ... read more »
Africa: Reaping From Carbon Credits
The New Times, 24 July 2012
Carbon credits have become big business as more affluent countries offset their pollution by reimbursing developing economies to launch clean energy projects and plant trees as ... read more »
Mozambique: Climate Change Funding Discussed in Maputo
Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, 17 July 2012
By the end of this year, Mozambique will have a National Climate Change Strategy, which will include the strategic objectives the country hopes to attain to make it more resilient ... read more »