Briefs on Climate Finance
Climate Finance Framework for Ghana: Sectoral Breakdown of Climate Finance Solutions
Ghana’s private enterprises offer diverse climate-impact investment opportunities. Businesses – especially small and medium enterprises – operating in sectors from sustainable agribusiness to renewable energy to the circular economy are taking root as Ghana’s private sector extends beyond extractives and other traditional sectors. A clear and consistently applied framework, or taxonomy, for climate finance will help highlight existing gaps, spotlight opportunities, and provide a fertile environment for effective mobilisation and scaling of climate capital.
Climate Finance in Ghana Landscape: History, Capital Flows, and Outlook
Interested in learning more about the climate finance landscape in Ghana?
Check out this brief which was produced for the Ghana Investment Support Programme powered by British International Investment, in partnership with Pangea Africa and Climate Policy Initiative (CPI). You will learn about Ghana’s climate finance sources and instruments, sectoral discrepancies, and recommendations for improving this space for all actors.
Climate Finance Providers in Ghana
Only 5% of Ghana’s $15 billion climate finance needs are met annually. As we work to close this gap, enterprises must gain a better understanding of Ghana’s climate capital providers, their mandates, and the flows of climate capital to Ghana’s private sector. The following brief was produced for the Ghana Investment Support Programme powered by British International Investment, in partnership with Pangea Africa and Climate Policy Initiative (CPI). Click the link below to learn more about mitigation and adaptation capital, debt vs. equity, impact management and measurement plans, and the climate finance provider landscape in Ghana
The following teasers profiled some of the climate-smart enterprises in Ghana from various industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, and transportation that are eligible for climate finance with a compelling capital need of between USD 0.5 million and 10 million.