Knowledge for better food systems

Donor Mapping on Climate Change and Agriculture Activities by Meridian Institute

In this report the Meridian Institute maps the funding activities of seventeen multilateral, bilateral, and philanthropic donors active in the climate change and agriculture arena. Each donor profile includes:

1) climate change and agriculture activities

2) financing for climate change and agriculture

3) geographic emphases, and

4) donor evolution over time.

In this report the Meridian Institute maps the funding activities of seventeen multilateral, bilateral, and philanthropic donors active in the climate change and agriculture arena. Each donor profile includes:

1) climate change and agriculture activities

2) financing for climate change and agriculture

3) geographic emphases, and

4) donor evolution over time. There is also a summary of donor-identified funding trends related to climate change and agriculture.

The aim is to provide an overview of the nature of the activities being supported by a wide range of donors while also identifying key trends and funding gaps in this area.

  • The seventeen donors reviewed are:
  • African Development Bank (AfDB)
  • Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA)  
  • Climate & Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) 
  • David and Lucile Packard Foundation 
  • Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development Canada (DFATD) 
  • Department for International Development of the United Kingdom (DFID) 
  • Ford Foundation 
  • Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation 
  • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)  
  • International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
  • McKnight Foundation  
  • The Rockefeller Foundation 
  • Skoll Foundation  
  • Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture 
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 
  • World Bank Agriculture and Environmental Services 
  • World Bank BioCarbon Fund 

You can read more about the report and and download it here.

 

You can read related research by browsing the following categories of our research library:
 

Add comment

Member input

Plain text

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

Region

Region: 

Global

While some of the food system challenges facing humanity are local, in an interconnected world, adopting a global perspective is essential. Many environmental issues, such as climate change, need supranational commitments and action to be addressed effectively. Due to ever increasing global trade flows, prices of commodities are connected through space; a drought in Romania may thus increase the price of wheat in Zimbabwe.

View global articles

Doc Type