This April, Marketlinks Explores the Relationship Between Climate Finance and Environmental Equity and Justice

March 30, 2021


A farmer smiling as he tends to his eggplants
Photo Credit: Likati Thomas, Feed the Future Tanzania Mboga na Matunda

This April, Marketlinks explores the relationship between climate finance and environmental equity and justice. Climate justice is the understanding that anthropogenic climate change is an ethical and political issue, rather than solely an environmental phenomenon. Climate finance can be a tool for achieving climate mitigation and adaptation to create more resilient communities. However, questions remain about the efficacy of this approach for long-term resilience and the extent to which climate finance is aligned with the goals of environmental equity, justice, and inclusion. How has your organization tackled these challenges? Please feel free to share your work and ideas throughout the month!

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