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Partnerships "Resilient economies can only be created by supporting people and ecosystems through a change in mindset. New finance for development and climate must be delivered transparently. Funding mechanisms need to prioritize low-carbon, climate-resilient and environmentally sound development solutions that respect human rights." Following the Addis Ababa conference, governments endorsed the Post-2015 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals in September, and reconvened to reach an accord on climate change in Paris in December. We'll work with our public sector partners to influence national plans and budgets to implement these goals, and set clear and measurable targets that can mobilize the billions required to leverage further trillions of capital investment toward sustainable, low-carbon and resilient development. Tim Geer, Director, Public Sector Partnerships WWF International ACTORS GOVERNMENTS FINANCIAL FLOWS NATIONAL BUDGETS GOALS AND USE Development finance  Bilateral  Multilateral WWF GLOBAL GOALS PRIVATE INVESTORS Climate and Energy Oceans Wildlife Forests Water Food LONG-TERM PRIVATE INVESTMENTS Multilateral agencies African Development Bank - AfDB UN Development Programme - UNDP Asian Development Bank - ADB UN Environment Programme - UNEP European Investment Bank - EIB The World Bank Group - IDA, IFC European Bank for Reconstruction and Development - EBRD European Commission - EuropeAid Global Environment Facility - GEF Inter-American Development Bank - IADB WWF-INT Annual Review 2015 page 35

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