South African Climate Finance Landscape 2020

03/2021 | Report
South Africa CF

This report tracked annual climate finance totalling R62.2 billion for 2017 and 2018. For this report, climate finance is defined as local, national or transnational financing, which may be drawn from public, private and alternative sources of financing. These financial resources are intended to cover the costs of transitioning to a low-carbon global economy and to adapt to, or build resilience against, current and future climate change impact. This assessment that looks at detailed project-level data – understanding in detail the source, disbursement, instrument and use — can support public and private role-players with information to shape sectoral strategies and selected policies and improve coherence and coordination between public and private level spending in the sectors.

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