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Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance

As of: January 2022

Access to finance has emerged as a critical element in tackling climate change. Private investors – often supported by public policy and finance – are already channeling significant amounts of money into the low-carbon economy in countries around the world, but much more investment is needed. This is particularly true for developing countries, which often face difficulties attracting private investment. The Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance network accelerates well-designed financial instruments that can unlock billions for energy efficiency, renewable energy, sustainable transport, climate-smart agriculture, and curbing deforestation, while also reducing private investors’ risks and improving their financial returns. A public-private partnership, the Lab brings together and catalyzes broader government and private sector efforts to scale up climate finance.

Project data


Implementing organisation:
Climate Policy Initiative (CPI)

BMU grant:
906.624,00 €

09/2018  till  09/2021


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