Strong legislative framework

The national level legal and policy framework in climate finance recipient countries greatly influences the scope and severity of corruption risks. Legislation to protect whistleblowers and rights of access to information, civil society space and the rights of vulnerable groups, including indigenous peoples, are key, as well as the regulation and monitoring of lobbying of distinct interest groups concerned with mitigation and adaptation policies. Climate change laws have been passed in Kenya and Mexico which include important provisions to enhance the governance of climate action.[1]


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