Investing in People and Learning to Foster a Climate Resilient and Green Transition

Climate Classroom @ COP24 - Experiences in Accessing Climate Finance

Booklet

To download the booklet, please click PDF icon here.

Publication 

The Paris Agreement (text in six UN languages)  

IDB, WB, ADB, AfDB, EBRD, European Investment Bank, Islamic Development Bank (2018). Joint Reports on Multilateral Development Banks’ Climate Finance. Online. 

UNFCCC Secretariat (2018). Summary and Recommendations by the Standing Committee on Finance on the 2018 Biennial Assessment and Overview of Climate Finance Flows. Bonn, Germany. 

UNEP (2016). The Adaptation Gap Finance Report 2016. Nairobi, Kenya. 

Useful Websites 

Climate Finance (UNFCCC Website) 

E-Learning

UN CC:Learn offers free online courses on climate change. If you want to learn more about the climate finance, check out Module 5 of the Introductory e-Course on Climate Change. The UN CC:Learn platform also features two e-tutorials on Climate Policy and Public Finance and on Climate  Responsive Budgeting. To access these and other e-learning resources on climate change and related topics, go to: www.unccelearn.org.  

E-courses relevant for learning on climate finance are delivered regularly on the open learning campus of the World Bank, accessible at:  https://olc.worldbank.org. Find a wide variety of e-learning as well as face to face trainings offered by UNITAR at:  www.unitar.org/event.  

To access all resources and more visit https://www.uncclearn.org/climate-classroom-cop24-experiences-accessing-climate-finance or scan the QR CODE. 

Save the date!

The Climate Classroom will be taking place on Wednesday 12 December, from 3pm, at the COP24 WMO-IPCC Pavilion H3.