Palladium believes market-driven instruments and financing are critical to climate change mitigation and low emissions development strategies.
Palladium believes market-driven instruments and financing are critical to climate change mitigation and low emissions development strategies. Our approach to climate financing mechanisms integrates legal, economic and social issues to optimise positive impacts for local people, environmental benefits and financial viability over the long run. Our work engages leaders and stakeholders from communities, governments, the private sector and civil society.
Our public financing capacity includes procedures for grant management, networking between governments and international funders and identifying feasible financial incentives for sustainable landscapes and climate-smart agriculture. Given the ever-expanding Impact Economy, Palladium also promotes strategies for engaging the private sector through innovation funds, public-private partnerships, certification schemes and voluntary standards. Additionally, we conduct feasibility studies and support governments to access global funds for clean technologies. We develop capacity and capabilities to catalyse country transitions to low-carbon economies, and we help build systems and processes to share information, evidence, insights and analyses among stakeholders.