In this video, Sandra Guzman of GFLAC explains the importance of international public finance for developing countries financing their climate action. Public climate finance from international sources can come through various avenues including multilateral climate funds, bilateral climate finance programs, development finance institutions and regional development banks. The Paris Agreement allows developing countries to make parts of their NDCs conditional upon delivery of this finance; international public finance therefore plays a key role in supporting developing countries in meeting their conditional NDCs and maximizing their climate action.

This video is part of the Paying for Paris Climate Finance Resource Hub.