Strengthening Transparency, Accountability, and Integrity in Climate Finance Governance
As of: January 2021
An effective governance of climate finance requires sufficient Transparency, Accountability and Integrity at both international and national levels. Most countries affected by climate change lack the capacity to take part in the development and implementation of climate policy, and the monitoring of climate finance. This project aimed to address these challenges through the strengthening of local and global stakeholder capacity to engage themselves in the development, implementation and governance of climate finance. Building on studies which were conducted within the framework of the previous project, the focus was now on the utilization of the results. Through targeted advocacy and communications work, this project ensured that the results were disseminated broadly at national and international levels to bring about effective reforms.
Strengthening transparency, accountability, anticorruption and public oversight in climate finance governance
State of implementation/results
- Project completed
- feasibility study carried out to assess "independent civil society complaints referral mechanism to the Green Climate Fund", results presented and discussed at UNFCCC/SB42
- Focus was on target-oriented advocacy and public relations to secure that results are used on broad natioal and internatioal level as foundation for effective reforms