Six African Countries Win $330 Million to Bolster Private Investment in Climate Action

Projects designed to bolster private investment in effective climate solutions in six African countries have received $330 million in funding from the African Development Bank Group, the bank announced late last month. Projects in Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Mali and Mozambique were the winners of a global competition run by Climate Investment Funds, a pair of funds established by the AfDB to help developing countries pilot innovations in clean technology, sustainable forestry, renewable energy and climate-resilient development. — Full story at Triple Pundit

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