Getting it together: Institutional arrangements for coordination and stakeholder engagement in climate finance
This paper analyzes the arrangements that have emerged in Colombia, India, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, and Zambia to draw lessons on the conditions that facilitate or impede coordination across institutions and actors. Section 2 of the paper distils key insights from the literature and theory on institutional coordination for understanding the institutional arrangements that have emerged in the five case study countries. Section 3 analyzes these arrangements and their modalities, seeking to highlight lessons and good practices. Section 4 of the paper concludes with core functions of coordinating institutions, and recommendations for both national and international actors seeking to strengthen domestic arrangements for climate finance.