Climate governance and the role of climate finance in Morocco

This study examines Morocco's vulnerability to climate change, the country's current and proposed energy mix (use and needs, accessibility, distribution, affordability), and its climate ambitions (expressed for example in its Nationally Determined Contribution, INDC, and other national climate and development plans). The study also highlights the role international climate finance flows have played in advancing Morocco’s climate ambition and analyses how the financing of the fight against climate change in Morocco is governed and implemented. It looks at the degree to which national stakeholders, as well as the people and communities most affected by climate change, including Morocco’s women and girls, participate in the decision-making and climate governance implementation process. The study closes with a set of recommendations suggested to improve climate finance governance in Morocco, focusing in particular on strengthening stakeholder participation and inclusiveness.

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