Private-sector finance for climate change in sub-Saharan Africa

  • 12th May 2017
  • by secretary
9 May 2017. Bonn. UN Climate Change Conference.
Consequences of the Paris agreement on agriculture and the fisheries sector

  • See video (only audio starting @7:40) of WFP: Climate action to address loss and damage of vulnerable populations and build resilience.
  • Including Lucy Ng’ang’a (picture) Agriculture and Climate Change Expert in the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Kenya.@31:50

10 May 2017Private-sector finance for Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) implementation in sub-Saharan Africa.

This event explored the scope for private-sector finance to support mitigation and adaptation in sub-Saharan Africa, present successful examples of private investment, and discuss how market-based mechanisms and domestic and international climate finance could further stimulate such investment.

This study is expected to be available end of the year (TBC).

Speakers: Presenters and panelists included researchers, negotiators, and representatives from business and international finance institutions, mainly from Sub-Saharan Africa.