The international debate often lacks evidence of what is happening on the ground, and recommendations for future action are often made without the proper knowledge of what the current situation is, what currently works and what doesn't work, and what needs to be addressed within countries. One of the main concerns is that that lessons from the aid effectiveness agenda will not be taken on board in the delivery of climate finance. The study provides a snapshot of climate finance in Indonesia and offers lessons regarding the effectiveness of international support for climate change at the national level. Lessons can then be applied in the future for international development cooperation in terms of providing finance to address climate change.
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Jessica Brown, Leo Peskett