Climate Finance: What Next After $100B per Year Pledge?

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  • Climate failure is all but assured unless the world massively ramps up financing for developing nations.
  • Support for the Global South, however, has disappointed, with funding repeatedly failing to meet a $100 billion per year agreed target.
  • The good news is financing governance appears set for a big shake-up, as pressure to hit climate targets ratchets up.

The Issue

Policy and Regulation, Low-Carbon Policy
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