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Anzetse Were

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Anzetse Were is Senior Economist at FSD Kenya. Over 12 years of experience in economic research, analysis, advising and strategy development she has focused on inclusive economic development and transformation in Africa. Her areas of expertise include the financial sector and finance systems; country and regional economic diagnostics in Africa, and private sector development.

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The impacts of climate change on fiscal and monetary policy in Africa

Having contributed almost nothing to climate change, African governments are already bearing the direct and indirect costs of this crisis as it continues to compromise economic growth, erode GDP per capita growth, have targeted sectoral effects, and compromise the livelihoods of hundreds of millions of Africans. The article will focus on the fiscal effects of climate change but also highlight some monetary policy effects.

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How to develop a green project pipeline in Africa
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How to develop a green project pipeline in Africa

Sustainable Investment

The impacts of climate change continue to compromise the livelihoods of hundreds of millions of Africans. This is especially true of those that are dependent on sectors directly impacted by rapidly changing environments, such as agriculture. The impact could lower gross domestic product (GDP) by up to 3 per cent by 2050. And while there is a growing recognition of the need to mitigate and adapt to climate change, Africa is not securing the scale of financing required.

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