The Climate Investment Funds attract investment to stimulate change
The Climate Investment Funds are a partnership among multilateral development banks
With support from CIF, Mexico is working with local communities and ejidos to meet the challenge of sustainable forest landscape management.
Nepal is part of the larger effort to expand energy access and markets for renewable energy in the world’s poorest countries. Today, Nepal is using SREP to develop large-scale commercial, institutional, and municipal bioenergy projects.
Africa Express stopped in Kenya to learn more about geothermal power development at Menengai. SREP $25 million is supporting development of Menengai which envisions 120 wells injecting 400 megawatts of electricity into the national grid by 2017.
Mozambique is utilizing PPCR funds to change from a business as usual approach to broad based strategies that can protect human lives and critical infrastructure from the increasing impacts of a warming planet.
The first large scale use of solar energy in the region which is setting an example that can be replicated elsewhere. Morocco expects 5 additional plants by the end of the decade with which CTF USD415m is used as one of the funding aids.
Peru’s FIP Investment Plan Endorsed for $50 million after lasting, meaningful stakeholder engagement.
Climate Change and its Impact on Jamaican Farmers, from BIDtv: Video of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) under the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Program and the Planning Institute of Jamaica and Climate Change and Sustainability Division of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
The seventh annual meeting of PPCR pilot countries and regions shared experiences and best practices of programs and expertise with CIF officials, stakeholders and partners.