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Broad international consensus exists about the need to scale up financing for green investments. However, private green finance is still scarce due to a range of microeconomic challenges. For enhancing private green investment, a coordinated approach of all actors of the financial system is needed.
Private investments are important for countries to adapt to climate change. Yet how realistic is it to rely on the mobilisation of private investments in adaptation, in particular for less developed countries? This Policy Brief aims to answer this question in relation to Kenya
Die bevorstehende G20-Präsidentschaft bietet der deutschen Entwicklungspolitik einmalige Chancen zur Gestaltung wichtiger internationaler Prozesse. Dabei geht es im Wesentlichen um das Voranbringen der Agenda 2030 für Nachhaltige Entwicklung; die Zusammenarbeit der G20 mit Afrika auf einem neuen Niveau; und die Überwindung der aktuellen Blockade zwischen „alten“ und „neuen“ Gebern. Vor allem die Development Working Group der G20 kann im Hinblick auf die Agenda 2030 den Austausch aktiv unterstützen. Die deutsche Präsidentschaft könnte dabei die Führung übernehmen.
Janus, Heiner / Niels Keijzer (2016)
The Current Column, 28 November 2016
On 28 November begins the second high-level meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) in Nairobi. When considering the future of effective development cooperation, we should start by appreciating the road it has travelled so far.