Bilateral Climate-Related Official Development Assistance Practice of the OECD DAC Countries and Its Inherent Obstacles
Analysis by Krisztina Szabó.
Climate change is inherently global in nature; as a result, it will have wide- ranging consequences for communities all around the world. Climate change seems to be an environmental issue at first glance but it has implications for all spheres of existence on our planet with its complex impacts on – or is impacted by – global issues, including economic development, poverty, population growth, sustainable development and resource management. Therefore alleviating climate change and providing climate-related aid to the most vulnerable countries are of great importance.