Climate finance: developing countries’ perspective

Briefing papers
January 2012

Climate finance is vital to help poor and most vulnerable countries cope with the adverse effects of climate change. Although developing countries have little or no responsibility for climate change, they are the ones most affected by and most vulnerable to its impacts because of their geography, high dependence on climate sensitive resources, low adaptive capacity, high poverty rates, and vulnerable social, institutional and physical infrastructure.

This policy brief explores how to finance climate from a developing country perspective