READ: CDKN Working Paper; Understanding ‘bankability’ and unlocking climate finance for climate compatible development

This working paper focuses on understanding the concept of ‘bankability’ in support of the development of quality ‘bankable’ project proposals – to assist countries’ access to international climate finance.

Read: Six tips for funding impactful research

This CDKN Essentials outlines the main lessons learned about commissioning through a research call model. It is aimed at other funders of research who want to influence policy, planning and practice in climate compatible development and beyond. Researchers seeking guidance on achieving impact should see resources such as 10 things to know about how to influence policy with research.

READ: Green Climate Fund proposal toolkit 2017

This toolkit helps key audiences understand how to fulfil the Green Climate Fund’s requirements when developing a fully-fledged funding proposal.

READ: CDKN Annual Report 2017

Throughout the year, CDKN provided guidance on the implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), integrating climate actions into economic sectors – agriculture, urban development, water resources and energy systems – and supported access to finance from both public and private sources. In this Annual Report 2017, CDKN distills the rich learning from these projects across Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean.


READ: CDKN WORKING PAPER: Making governance work for water-energy-food nexus approaches

A new CDKN working paper by Andrew Scott of the Overseas Development Institute explores the effectiveness of governing for the “water-energy-food nexus”. The author looks at approaches that understand the links between sectors, recognise these in decision-making and promote integrated policy-making.

Read the paper here

READ: FCFA’s latest blog: Integrating climate information into green growth finance in Rwanda

This blog explores how Rwanda’s environment and climate change fund (FONERWA) can be capacitated to facilitate increased private sector investment, and public-private partnerships, in climate resilient projects.


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