Mobilising investment for Climate Compatible Growth Zambia
Last years COP27 decision to provide loss and damage funding to countries most vulnerable to the effects of climate change brought forward conversations about how external funding can be accessed. This new report analyses how Zambia could attract investment to support climate compatible growth.
Developed in partnership with Climate Compatible Growth (CCG)
We are interested in the transition to net zero emissions and sustainable development. Progress towards sustainability will require not just thoughtful government intervention but also major shifts in the behaviour of households, workers and firms. Our research extends across the economic system to identify the crucial points where small actions can generate large-scale positive change. Our goal is to help policy makers implement the fast and comprehensive shifts necessary for establishing environmentally sustainable development pathways.
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