New Study finds that the EU must revise its Climate Finance Policies

Addressing climate change goes hand in hand with providing an assistance and support to those who are the most affected by its impacts. The EU, together with all other developed countries have committed to mobilise up to USD 100 billion annually by 2020 onwards to support poor and vulnerable countries around the world, in their efforts to deal with climate change.Analysis-of-the-climate-finance-reporting-of-the-EU-1.pdf

A new study, “An analysis of the climate finance reporting of the European Union”, issues by Act Alliance EU has analysed the EU climate finance aid and the conclusions point to several critical concerns. The report has been launched on 18 April 2018 in Brussels.

More about the study, as well as text of the report you can find here.