Climate philanthropy: Building bridges

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India will have to look to a variety of funders – public, private and international – to address its considerable climate finance deficit. In such a scenario, the solution could well be climate philanthropy.

For the past few months, global and domestic media have been flooded with speculations about the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference, ie COP27. Developing countries across the Global South are strongly pushing for increased climate finance from developed countries at Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

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India Bundled Wind by Land Rover Our Planet / CC BY

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