To become climate-resilient, Dominica seeks WB support on potential tax reforms to increase domestic revenue mobilization for NDC implementation and enhance budget and fiscal resiliency.
About the Coalition
Finance Ministers hold the keys to accelerating climate action. They know most clearly the risks posed by climate change, and recognize how taking action could unlock trillions in investments and create millions of jobs through 2030.
The Coalition of Finance Ministers for Climate Action brings together fiscal and economic policymakers from over 50 countries in leading the global climate response and in securing a just transition towards low-carbon resilient development.Learn More
The Helsinki Principles
The six Helsinki Principles guide the Coalition's commitment to #ClimateAction
Helsinki Principle 1: Align
Helsinki Principle 2: Share
Helsinki Principle 3: Promote
Helsinki Principle 4: Mainstream
Helsinki Principle 5: Mobilize
Helsinki Principle 6: Engage
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View recent and upcoming Coalition events, including workshops, webinars and meetings
October 12, 2020
Fourth Ministerial Meeting
July 14, 2020
Helsinki Principle 5 Webinar on Climate Finance
A new World Bank report argues that developing countries can make use of fiscal instruments for climate actions while raising well-being.
On Sept 25th, 2018, the Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development of Uganda held a workshop to pilot the Climate Change Budget Tagging system.