To enable scaling of climate programs, development assistance organizations can help partner countries leverage new sources of financing, including institutional investors, impact investors, and international and domestic capital markets. However, new approaches are necessary to achieve impacts on a much larger scale. USAID funded a Climate Finance Assessment that identified opportunities, challenges, and experiences in leveraging international and domestic private and public sector investment for clean energy, sustainable landscapes, and climate adaptation. This report will be discussed in a webinar on August 6 .
Keywords:adaptation, agriculture, biodiversity, carbon, clean energy, climate finance, climate policy, land use, low emission development strategies, mitigation, reducing emissions from deforestation & degradation (REDD+), resilience, sustainable landscapes, Training, water