The IDFC, the International Development Finance Club, formed in 2011 brings together 23 leading international, national and sub regional development banks from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Central and South America. IDFC members share a similar vision of promoting of low-carbon and climate resilient futures, while continuously pursuing poverty reduction, economic and social development and a fair and equitable design of the globalized economy.
Since 2011, the IDFC has conducted a periodic mapping exercise of its member institutions’ contributions to green finance. The green mapping
report exists to illustrate the contributions that IDFC members provide to green and climate finance. The methodology is constantly improving
to robustly track and report on green finance.
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