How can countries make the most of the many existing climate funds? What creates climate finance synergies and what prevents them? Arepo addressed these questions for the GCF and CIF and analysed the synergies and complementarities between funding streams of different climate finance mechanisms.
How do projects develop a catalytic effect? And how can ministries optimise their funding practices? Arepo examined 33 projects funded by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) from the field of ecosystem-based adaptation for their impact and works out which project components positively influence a catalytic effect.
How can “fair hydrogen” from Niger, Senegal and Morocco contribute to climate neutrality in Germany? What “green” neo-colonial structures already exist or can develop from the export business with the desired element? And how can they be overcome? Arepo investigated this in a study for the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation .
The state of Hesse wants to become climate neutral by 2045 with the help of the Integrated Climate Protection Plan Hesse 2025 (IKSP). This was further developed from 2021, including reduction targets for the relevant sectors. Arepo and Prof. Dr. Praetorius (LITE) determined how the targets should be structured as part of a study for the Hessian Ministry for the Environment, Climate Protection, Agriculture and Consumer Protection.
Arepo carried out an evaluation for UNDP of its contribution to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 “Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all”. The results were used by UNDP management as an overview of the effectiveness of its programme work.