The global response to climate change will demand unprecedented international cooperation, deep economic transformation and resource transfers at a significant scale. Corruption threatens to jeopardise these efforts. Transparency International's Global Corruption Report: Climate Change is the first publication to comprehensively explore such corruption risks. More than fifty leading experts and practitioners contribute, covering four key areas: governance: investigating major governance challenges towards tackling climate change mitigating climate change: reducing greenhouse gas emissions with transparency and accountability adapting to climate change: identifying corruption risks in climate-proofing development, financing and implementation of adaptation forestry governance: responding to the corruption challenges plaguing the forestry sector, and how these challenges need to be integrated into current international strategies to halt deforestation and promote reforestation. The Global Corruption Report: Climate Change provides essential policy analysis to help policy-makers, practitioners and other stakeholders understand these risks and develop effective responses at a critical point in time when the main architecture for climate governance is being developed.Climate Investment Funds (CIFs), Clean Technology Fund Investment Plan for Concentrated Solar Power in the Middle East and North ... UN Environment Programme (UNEP), Global Trends in Sustainable Energy Investment 2009: Analysis of Trends and Issues in the ... World Bank, a#39;Enterprise surveysa#39;, at www. enterprisesurveys.org. ... See, for example, Edward Kahn, Comparison of Financing Cost for Wind Turbine and Fossil Powerplants (Berkeley: University of California, 1995).
|Title||:||Global Corruption Report: Climate Change|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-11-26|