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Eine erfolgreiche Digitalpartnerschaft mit afrikanischen Ländern baut auf vertrauenswürdigen Datenaustausch, pragmatische Wirtschaftspartnerschaften und den Mittelstand. Um dies zu erreichen, bedarf es von deutscher Seite einer expliziten Auseinandersetzung mit dem afrikanischen Digitalmarkt ebenso wie einer verstärkten Koordination zwischen den einzelnen mit dem Thema betrauten Ressorts.
Our case study on South Africa’s Green Finance Taxonomy (GFT) investigates challenges associated with the implementation of sustainability taxonomies as they are currently developed in many jurisdictions with the aim to increase transparency and redirect capital flows to sustainable investments.
This paper discusses the blurring of development and climate finance and argues that the NCQG process and the integration of loss and damage into the climate finance system must go hand in hand with a separation of ODA and climate finance whilst ensuring integrated policy responses.