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Climate Finance: Perspectives on Climate Finance from the Bottom Up

Miren Gutiérrez () and Guillermo Gutiérrez ()
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Miren Gutiérrez: University of Deusto
Guillermo Gutiérrez: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Development, 2019, vol. 62, issue 1, 136-146

Abstract: Abstract Tens of billions of US dollars are programmed from developed to developing countries to assist them in dealing with the impacts of climate change or to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This is the world of climate finance, a stream of money which includes public funding set to swell to $100 billion yearly by 2020. These sums conceal agenda-setting stories on how different countries are coping with climate change. Drawing on data analysis and interviews with beneficiaries of climate finance, this article examines local and adaptation funding as two entry points into the field, connecting different perspectives on climate finance.

Keywords: Sustainability; Development; Climate finance; Green climate fund; Climate change; Adaptation; Mitigation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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