This study argues that the focus on insurance by developed countries is too narrow and comes at the expense of a serious consideration of other options. Insurance is only one tool in a much larger toolbox.

In 2013 countries agreed to establish the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage (WIM) and agreed that it would do three things: a) enhance knowledge; b) strengthen dialogue and coordination and c) enhance action and support, including finance for loss and damage. This third element of its mandate has been sorely neglected.

This study examines Morocco's vulnerability to climate change, the country's current and proposed energy mix (use and needs, accessibility, distribution, affordability), and its climate ambitions (expressed for example in its Nationally Determined Contribution, INDC, and other national climate and development plans).

This paper starts out with a look at the status quo of public climate change finance Post-Copenhagen.

The Copenhagen Accord calls for a collective commitment by developed countries to provide

Climate change is real, it is happening already, and its impacts on people are not gender-neutral. It is affecting men and women all over the world differently, especially in the world