Scaling Up Adaptation Finance

Climate change is causing severe economic impacts, with documented acute losses and chronic GDP loss. After the Paris Agreement, countries pledged to manage physical climate risk, but adaptation finance is still lagging behind. The annual adaptation costs in developing economies are estimated at $155 to $330 billion by 2030, with sectors such as agriculture, infrastructure, water, and disaster risk management accounting for most of the finance needs. So, how can private sector financial institutions scale up financing for climate adaptation and resilience projects?

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