Accounting for Results: Ensuring Transparency and Accountability in Financing for Climate Change
AbstractThis brief seeks to address questions on how the funds are collected, dsitributes at the international level, mechanisms to ensure that the recipient countries are managing the funds in a transparent manner based on an examination of existing and proposed climate change finance mechanisms and the findings of the International Budget Partnershipâ€™s Open Budget Survey 2008.
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funds; climate change; finance; international budget; Transparency; Accountability; Copenhagen; developing countries; financial flows; institutions; civil society;
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