The climate crisis is arguably the biggest global challenge we have ever faced. The cost of responding to it, adapting to and mitigating the worst effects of global heating will be immense. These huge financial investments create tempting opportunities for corruption.
UnInternational funding for environmental protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation is set to reach over US$100 billion per year by 2020. Much more will be spent through domestic budgets. Most of these investments flow through new, uncoordinated and unmonitored channels, with grey areas and loopholes in regulations. This risks exploitation from corrupt interests. Sigue leyendo aquí