Info graphics on climate finance

The website offers a series of dynamic info graphics for the analysis of German climate finance illustrating its distribution on sectors, regions and country groups. The graphics are linked with the project database. They are continually updated with new entries into the database. This page also offers additional illustrations of the increase and channels of German climate finance.

 

Info graphics from projekt database

Sectoral distribution of German climate finance

Distribution of bilateral/ multilateral climate finance

Regional distribution of German climate finance

Regional distribution of German climate finance (mitigation)

Regional distribution of German climate finance (adaptation)

Regional distribution of German climate finance (forest protection/REDD+)

Development of German climate finance
over the years

German climate finance for Least Developed Countries (LDC) – grants only

German climate finance
for African Countries

German climate finance according to World Bank Income Groups

More Info graphics

German climate finance 2014-2021 regarding climate-related areas (accounting method of the German government)

Chart: German climate finance 2014-2021

The green areas show the funds from the federal budget, for example for bilateral grants or payments into multilateral funds. The orange bars show the funds raised ('mobilized') by KfW and DEG on the capital market that are used to form (concessional) loans as climate-related development co-operation. For 2020 and 2021 only figures for budget resources and an estimate on grant equivalents of future loans are available, with no information on planned mobilised finance (i.e. the orange areas). Note that for 2021, some of the titles of bilateral co-operation have been given budget restrictions that may lower German climate finance. The likely effect is shown by the shaded area next to the 2021 bar (more here). Source: Own illustration based on government data and additional government information.

Channels for German climate finance