With vast sums being invested in interventions to mitigate climate change and help adapt to its consequences, corruption within climate finance threatens the global achievement of these goals. The countries receiving the most finance present a higher risk for corrupt practices. Developing appropriate and effective anti-corruption tools and strategies can ensure climate finance is optimised for impact and success, and that such interventions are not undermined.

Saul Mullard

Senior Advisor (U4)

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