Mainstreaming Anti-Corruption into Climate Finance

Event: Corruption Risks and Anti-Corruption Strategies in Climate Financing: Good Governance Towards Integrity, Transparency, and Accountability in Achieving Objectives in Climate Mitigation and Adaptation - Training Workshop

Mainstreaming Anti-Corruption into Climate Finance

30 October 2015
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Anti-corruption mainstreaming aims to reduce corruption to achieve certain goals, for instance, mitigating the impact of climate change. While mainstreaming anti-corruption into climate finance has its own set of challenges, the key is to adapt anti-corruption approaches to sector characteristics and specific sector contexts in different countries.

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