Climate change has major consequences for people and nature. Many of the more vulnerable countries in the tropics lack the financial and other resources to adapt to climate change effects. In a new paper, we outline the key lessons learned from our project MoMo4C on development of green business cases in tropical landscapes.
Following successes in 2021, the second year of the KURRI programme in 2022 has seen 14 small enterprises in Kalimantan selected for their potential to have positive environmental and social impacts. As well as vegetable and woven craft producers, innovations include the production of charcoal briquettes from rice husks, chips from banana stems, herbal drinks, and a refill station for drinking water bottles.
Stanley Walet, Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor for Mobilising More for Climate (MoMo4C) travelled to Cameroon to see how impact monitoring operates on the ground. He noted several challenges and offers some recommendations.
Header photo: Ngoyla cocoa, Cameroon © WWF
Access to finance is a key element of sustainable and inclusive landscapes. We conducted a literature review to identify the factors that contribute to or hinder inclusive financing for micro/small/medium-sized enterprises and projects across sectors