Jennifer Morgan and our team of climate experts look back on the keys to progress in Cancun, and analyze the major decisions.
Re-Thinking the Legitimacy of Institutions for Climate Finance
This report seeks to ground the debate on climate finance in an objective analysis of ongoing efforts to finance mitigation and adaptation in developing countries.
This issue brief discusses different ways to improve the current system for reporting and compiling information on public financing for climate change. Its goal is to help Parties to the UNFCCC develop robust reporting processes for climate finance.
An update on the role of climate finance in the international climate negotiations.
An update from the International Anti-Corruption Conference.
Enhancing Coordination for More Effective Interim REDD+ Financing
This working paper proposes several options for improved coordination of REDD+ financing at the national, bilateral and multilateral level. It identifies a need to balance improvements in coordination at the global level with the equal importance of promoting flexibility, learning, and country-...
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The next round of international climate meetings begin Monday in Cancun, Mexico, and they will likely determine the future for global action on climate change---including whether the United Nations will remain at the core of an international regime.
This working paper summarizes country submissions to the UNFCCC on the key issues
in the international climate negotiations.
WRI Climate Director Jennifer Morgan reviews the “crunch issues” that negotiators will have to address in Cancun.