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Sustainable finance is essential for the implementation of adaptation and mitigation policies on natural sources and climate change. However, global and domestic finance for sustainable natural resources and forest management has been scared and unable to meet the practical needs for the last decades. Identifying innovative financing mechanism for sustainable natural resources management and climate adaptation and mitigation has been considered by globally communities as well as Vietnamese government as an important priority. This paper analyses new and innovative financing mechanisms for 2021- 2050, that are being considered and developed by a large number of countries, discusses opportunities and constraints for translating these mechanisms to the ground, and proposes policy recommendations for Vietnam to better access to these new funding sources.
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