Governance Assessment: Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI) & DRC’s National REDD+ Fund (FONAREDD)
This report assesses the governance, transparency and accountability performance of two climate funds, CAFI and FONAREDD.
Climate Adaptation Finance Governance Standards: a New Approach Piloted in the Maldives and Bangladesh
Climate finance – money intended to help at-risk countries prevent climate change and adapt to its effects – can be vulnerable to corruption.
Good governance is vital for achieving effective, efficient and fair REDD+ outcomes, and civil society organisations are in a strong position to monitor REDD+ governance…
U4 Helpdesk Answer overview of corruption and wildlife crime in Latin America with an emphasis on wildlife crime, illegal trade in hazardous waste and law enforcement bodies.
Transparency International’s policy recommendations for the 25th UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP) in Madrid to accelerate efforts towards transparency, accountability, and integrity in the fight against curbing climate change.
The water committee of the village of Anjozorobe, Madagascar, manages the natural spring that supplies the five neighbouring hamlets with drinking water. The spring is within a state-owned forest that has protected-area status. However, deforestation and forest fires have caused the spring to dry up, creating problems for the inhabitants.
Anti-Corruption Knowledge Hub
The Knowledge Hub is where we present our research output. It includes the Anti-Corruption Helpdesk, TI's expert network, a series of topic guides and country-specific research. The Hub hosts many of the studies, tools and knowledge which lie behind what we do at Transparency International.