Water Infrastructure for Climate Adaptation: The Opportunity to Scale up Funding and Financing

    Financing water infrastructure will be both essential and urgent for countries to adapt to climate challenges and implement national commitments embodied in the NDCs. Jointly released by the World Water Council and the Global Water Partnership, the report ‘Investing in Water Infrastructure for Climate Adaptation: Innovative financing and funding models’ explores investments designed to increase our societies’ resilience through water infrastructure (WI4A). It provides an overview of existing innovative financing tools for water infrastructure, which can help increase funding for adaptation as a means to achieve global climate ambitions. 

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