Global Corruption Report: Climate Change
The Global Corruption Report from Transparency International (TI) is the first comprehensive publication of its kind to explore the corruption risks related to tackling climate change. From international policy-making to national level mitigation and adaptation strategies and with a special focus on the forestry sector, the GCR draws on the expertise of more than 50 experts and practitioners from the anti-corruption movement and the climate change field.
Under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) governments are preparing to establish the Green Climate Fund with the aim of spending up to USD100 billion annually by 2020 to limit climate change and prepare for its impact.
The wide-ranging report identifies a number of green investment areas at risk of exploitation by corrupt organizations, and sets out recommendations to help decision makers tackle corruption risks of climate finance flowing through new, untested channels