The plumbing of adaptation finance
Accountability, transparency, and accessibility at the local level.
The amount of international climate finance has increased considerably in the last five years, but how much finance is actually available within developing countries? How is it used? Who receives the money? Is it reaching the local level? And are the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable people being met? This paper starts to answer these questions by analyzing adaptation finance flows in Nepal, the Philippines, Uganda, and Zambia.