Developing countries need significant amounts of finance to help them adapt to the changing climate and follow a path of low-carbon development. The international community has set up multilateral funds to help support climate change mitigation and adaptation in these nations.

Developed countries committed to mobilise jointly USD 100 billion a year in climate finance by 2020 for climate action in developing countries.

Against a target of $100 billion by 2020, the Fund has so far raised only $5.5 billion

This booklet provides basic information about the science of climate change and different points of view on how to deal with it. The booklet will serve as common ground for the discussions at the World Wide Views consultation. It focuses on issues which countries will negotiate at a major climate conference in Paris in December, 2015.

Rich countries yet to formally commit money though they made public commitments

This technical paper provides background information on the second review of the Adaptation Fund based on the terms of reference for the second review as annexed to decision 2/CMP.9, taking into account the deliberations and conclusions of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation at its fortieth session.

As world leaders assembled in US to give a political push to their efforts to deal with climate change, India is all set to make its 'right to grow' points at the New York Climate Summit, which was

This paper provides key messages for climate change negotiators and policy makers on the potential contribution of the land transport sector to global climate change mitigation strategies.

The British government is very keen to see the operationalising of the Green Climate Fund (GCF).

Discussion will focus on long-term goals, national contributions to mitigate harmful effects of climate change