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Quantitative analysis of realistic funding scenarios to achieve internationally recognized goal estimates finance could total to $155B by 2020.

BONN, GERMANY/WASHINGTON (3 June 2015)—New analysis from World Resources Institute finds countries can achieve the goal of mobilizing $100 billion per year in international climate funding by 2020. The new paper finds the goal can be reached through multiple pathways and will require bringing in funding from various sources, including the public and private sectors.

Getting to $100 Billion: Climate Finance Scenarios and Projections to 2020 is one of the first quantitative analyses of realistic funding scenarios to achieve the climate finance goal of $100 billion annually by 2020. It shows that if a variety of sources are included, climate finance could total $109 to $155 billion in 2020 under projections of low-medium growth and leverage.

Designing and Preparing Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs)

This report guides countries on the preparation and design of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), including detailed technical guidance and process-related considerations.

It walks practitioners through the choices they will face in preparing and designing their INDCs,...


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