Climate finance: a credibility gap?

Virtual Financing Global Climate Transitions By registration Development Diplomacy Finance Politics and Policy Resilience

About this Event

At COP 15 in Copenhagen in 2009, developed countries agreed to provide $100 billion in climate finance to developing countries each year. Fifteen years on, there is still no common definition of climate finance, leading to inconsistent reporting, a lack of faith in the headline numbers and a loss of trust in developing countries. As the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) prepares to adopt a New Collective Quantified Goal on Climate Finance (NCQG) at COP 29 later this year, what should count towards the target? And who decides?

Development Initiatives (DI) is a global organisation harnessing the power of data and evidence to end poverty, reduce inequality and increase resilience. Join leading experts for the launch of a new report from DI exploring problems with current climate finance reporting and recommendations to strengthen transparency and accountability.


Panel discussion with audience Q&A.