climate finance

climate finance

Righting two wrongs

Climate change is already negatively affecting the lives and livelihoods of poor men and women.

Climate finance needs more transparency

Oxfam welcomed the launch of a new website by the Dutch Minister of the Environment today (faststartfinance.org) which aims to collect and present details about climate finance pledges from developed countries.

Climate Finance Post-Copenhagen

Climate change is the single greatest threat to development – making the battle to overcome poverty ever harder and more expensive.

EU report on climate change fast-track financing

The European Union is failing to give full details about its €7.2 billion pledge for immediate climate finance needs in developing countries. By not being fully transparent, the EU is undermining trust with developing countries.

Oxfam welcomes IMF climate fund proposal

The fact that the IMF is proposing that adaptation efforts are funded by grants rather than loans is positive. But this will only work if developed countries ensure the money is there to resource this vital assistance to vulnerable countries.

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