What does climate finance mean for Saint Lucia?
Climate finance in Saint Lucia can be understood as consisting of public, private, national, and international funds for climate change mitigation and adaptation and loss and damage, aligned with the latest available science and additional to funds that would have been provided under other development aid commitments. This includes finance for purposes that are not explicitly focused on climate change but have important climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits, provided they meet the above criteria.
How much domestic and international climate finance has Saint Lucia received?
The chart below tracks Saint Lucia’s climate finance flows, this include any finance that has been identified as needed to support national climate change activities, as well as the finance already pledged, committed, disbursed, and received. This data is linked to the national Climate Finance Tracking System – an expert database that the Government of Saint Lucia uses to identify, collect data on, and track climate finance needed and received. The total values shown have been classified as ‘climate relevant’, or funding that has contributed towards a climate change mitigation or adaptation outcome.
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