If we don't confront climate change,we won't end poverty

Jim Yong Kim, President, World Bank Group

January 2016 - December 2018

The work will combine impact and process evaluation approaches and will provide options for continuous improvement for the pilot in addition to identifying impacts and lessons for future UK International Climate Fund programmes. The evaluation will assess the delivery of the overall Pilot, as well as utilising a case study investigation of the pilot projects together with research and analysis of the investment climate in the priority countries. learning. The evaluation will also inform the evidence base to assess whether DECC should scale up the UKCI, and the GIB’s longer term role for investing UK climate finance internationally.

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has provided £200m of investments through the UK Green Investment Bank (GIB), UK Climate Investments (UKCI) in order to fund an international three year green investment pilot programme. The focus is on investment in low carbon technologies in India, South Africa and East Africa. These projects should mitigate climate change or enable communities to adapt to its effects. The proposed investment of £200m is to be invested in 8- 12 renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in at least two countries and at least two renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency by 2018.

The project is conducted by a consortium led by Ipsos MORI and including Mott McDonald, EY and SQ Consult.