Sven Harmeling, Takeshi Kuramochi, and Steffen Kalbekken also contributed to this post.
This post was co-authored with Jenna Blumenthal, an intern with WRI’s Climate and Energy program.
This piece was co-authored with Smita Nakhooda of the Overseas Development Institute, with inputs from Noriko Shi
How much fast-start climate finance is actually flowing, and where is it being spent?[^1] This question has come up repeatedly alongside the United Nations Framework Convention on Clim
Under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), developed countries have
Welcome to the Open Climate Network website, a platform for updates and analysis on country actions on climate mitigation and the provision of climate finance.
The attached table summarizes the GHG reduction pledges of 13 non-Annex1 countries, organized by type of pledge.
New targets and deforestation numbers put Brazil in the spotlight.
By Taryn Fransen and Jonathan Lash on December 17, 2008
The argument that developing countries are taking no action to address climate change is wrong.
In the latest sign of progress on addressing greenhouse gas emissions in developing countries, 16 major Brazilian corporations will be implementing voluntary national program to measure and report emissions.
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