Adaptation and Resilience
There is an urgent need to spur greater investment into climate adaptation and resilience. However, current investments in adaptation constitute only a fraction of what is needed to avoid costly and catastrophic future impacts.
To help investors and policymakers better understand needs and opportunities, and close the adaptation investment gap, CPI tracks the current state of global finance for climate adaptation, guides recommendations on how best to fill data gaps in adaptation tracking, and conducts analysis and proposes solutions aimed to mobilize private finance for adaptation and resilience.
This brief highlights the need to dramatically increase the amount and efficacy of adaptation financing to Africa. It also spotlights the persistent challenges related to adaptation finance flows, and priority actions needed to address them.
Climate Resilient Landscape Finance is an innovative concessional debt facility combining microfinance, private debt, and technical assistance to address the underlying challenges to long-term sustainable, climate-resilient land management in and around African conservancies.
This blog seeks to unpack the loss & damage policy-finance agenda, reflecting on how we could, or should, define it from a climate finance tracking perspective.
This study is a first-of-its-kind attempt to evaluate options for tracking climate resilient infrastructure investments.
This policy brief presents key actions for national policymakers around the world to increase the amount of available finance for cities to respond to climate risks.