Applying Climate Reparative Finance Toward Water Security

Paper published by MWA board member Evan Thomas from University of Colorado Boulder Mortenson Center in Global Engineering and Resilience and MWA Kenya Country Representative Styvers Kathuni

Link to Article: Applying climate reparative finance toward water security – ScienceDirect


Water insecurity is increasing globally as one of the first perceivable effects of climate change. While water management is typically a local challenge, climate finance mechanisms offer the potential to switch climate-damaging capital toward climate reparative water infrastructure and create a sustainable, performance-based funding stream to incentivize safe water services globally.

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