Twenty-five years of adaptation finance through a climate justice lens

@article{Khan2019TwentyfiveYO,
  title={Twenty-five years of adaptation finance through a climate justice lens},
  author={Mizan R. Khan and Stacy-ann Robinson and Romain Weikmans and David Ciplet and J. Timmons Roberts},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2019},
  volume={161},
  pages={251 - 269}
}
How much finance should be provided to support climate change adaptation and by whom? How should it be allocated, and on what basis? Over the years, various actors have expressed different normative expectations on climate finance. Which of these expectations are being met and which are not; why, and with what consequences? Have new norms and rules emerged, which remain contested? This article takes stock of the first 25+ years of adaptation finance under the United Nations Framework Convention… Expand
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