The roadmap to $100bn per year by 2020: A foundation for success in Paris

The $100bn Roadmap cannot be a simple accounting exercise to show that the target has already been met. To be credible, it must: 

  • start with the recognition that there is a major gap in public finance to be closed between 2015 and 2020;
  • identify means to substantially increase new and additional public finance flows; 
  • address the imbalance between resources for adaptation and mitigation; and 
  • ensure a conservative approach is taken to any consideration of private finance leverage ratios.