Safeguarding climate finance procurement

Filed under - Climate governance

Report published 5 February 2018
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This study is a collaboration between Transparency International and the Open Contracting Partnership. It looks at the robustness of the institutional procurement policies of the Green Climate Fund (GCF). Now is a good time to take stock: while spending on country projects will be much larger, the GCF’s institutional policies are under development now and will likely be important in determining the roll-out of its international policies. The study evaluated policies related to GCF institutional procurement, ethics and conflict of interest.

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Region - Global   
Topic - Climate governance   |   Environment   |   Public procurement   
Tags - GCF   |   Climate governance   |   climate finance integrity program   

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