Climate Funds Update is an independent website that provides information on the growing number of international climate finance initiatives designed to help developing countries address the challenges of climate change.

The site details:


Latest Climate Fund Data

We are currently undertaking a transition on the CFU database and starting to use Tableau to improve the accesibility and presentation of the data for our users. This software allows users to download the data and develop their own useful vizualisations using filters and different chart types. We hope you enjoy using it and we'd be grateful for any feedback. If you notice any inconsistencies, glitches with the data, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with the CFU team.

Climate Finance: is it making a difference?

International efforts to tackle climate change are at a critical juncture. At the end of 2015 governments will gather at the Paris climate summit to frame a new international agreement aimed at preventing ‘dangerous climate change’. Achieving that goal requires a high level of ambition backed by practical policy commitments. Finance has a pivotal role to play in supporting developing countries to reduce emissions, decarbonise their economies, and adapt to the impacts of climate change. Governments across the world’s poorest countries see financial commitments as key to a global deal in 2015 that can deliver meaningful climate action.

Our new report, for the first time, analyses a decade of contributions and spending to nine major international and two national funds set-up to tackle climate change.

Read the Executive Summary here



Climate finance: is it making a difference?
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