Financing for the global environment is scattered among many institutions and, without an overview of total financial flows, often considered scarce. This issue brief begins an analysis of the financial landscape by focusing on the anchor institution for the global environment, the UN Environment Programme. It examines the relationship between institutional form and funding and offers insights into innovative financing.
Ivanova, M. (2011). “Financing Environmental Governance: Lessons from the United Nations Environment Programme.” Governance and Sustainability Issue Brief Series: Brief 1. Center for Governance and Sustainability. University of Massachusetts Boston.