CEADIR Project Overview
This factsheet explains the USAID Climate Economic Analysis for Development, Investment, and Resilience (CEADIR) project, which helps governments, the private sector and civil society make the business and economic case for investing in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
CEADIR gives clients access to global best practices and innovative tools to analyze investments in adaptation, clean energy and sustainable landscapes. The project also supports Low Emission Development Strategies (LEDS) and NAPs (National Adaptation Plans) and helps mobilize financing from private and public sources.
The funding ceiling is $19.3 million, including central resources and buy-ins from USAID missions and offices. New buy-ins can be accepted through September 29, 2017 with a period of performance extending to September 29, 2020.
The factsheet uses graphics to explain some of its activities to date. In Jamaica, for example, CEADIR is helping the government create climate action plans in the energy, transport, finance, waste agriculture and forestry sectors, as well as modeling for low-emissions development.
And in three Central American countries, it is helping to train commercial banks to use the USAID Clean Energy Lending Toolkit, expand access to financing and improve the LEDS policy and enabling environment.
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