Adaptation Funding and the World Bank Investment Framework Initiative

A recent World Bank Report estimates that ‘climate-proofing’ investments in developing countries – excluding additional investment needed to reduce the exposure to current climate risks and climate related damage that will have already occurred – will cost between $9 and $41 billion annually. In this background paper prepared for the Gleneagles Dialogue, Dr Benito Müller looks at how these rather large funding needs could be dealt with.

By: Benito Müller

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