Governance Design Directions
- The CIP is a global public good and a partnership where partners will join efforts to act in the common interest that aims to declutter climate finance architecture.
- The CIP will be driven by the urgent need to realize ambitious climate plans across geographical borders and sectors, seeking to achieve transformational impact.
- Services will be provided to country clients and will be tailored to national and regional contexts and objectives.
- Services will be provided swiftly, efficiently, and be of high quality.
- The CIP recognizes and values the critical role of the private sector in meeting the climate challenge and will involve the private sector in its activities as appropriate.
- The CIP will operate under the principles of inclusivity and highest level of transparency and accountability for the delivery of services under its relevant Tracks.
- The CIP will monitor and evaluate its service offerings to capture lessons learned with a view to better addressing gaps in the climate investment landscape.
Network of partners
Services will be delivered through a network of partners which may consist of global and regional intergovernmental organizations, development and multilateral agencies, financial institutions, private sector associations, civil society and research institutions, amongst others.
Services and delivery modes
- Services will be delivered only against specific requests by developing countries, emerging economies or the private sector, which are the platform’s ‘Clients.’
- The CIP will aim to address both mitigation and adaptation, starting with energy transition.
- Services will be addressed around four Tracks: (1) Climate Targets (in the context of NDCs); (2) Policies and Regulations; (3) Financial De-risking; and, (4) Market Place.
- Activities will be carried taking into account regional considerations, including through regional delivery of services and matchmaking events.