Reports & Briefings

As the world’s largest international climate finance contributor, the EU should lead the way in clear, transparent and coherent accountability standards and reporting requirements.

This briefing sets out how the EU can develop its internal climate finance reporting rules in accordance with the reporting requirements agreed upon under the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement as an opportunity to build on current best practice, and set standards internationally.

pdf CAN Europe Governance Regulation Climate Finance (215 KB)

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