The Inter-American Development Bank calls for innovations in South-South cooperation to address important regional public goods. The program promotes regional public goods in any area in which the Bank is active, including the priority area of climate change and renewable energy. Proposals are accepted from public institutions, private nonprofit entities, and regional and sub-regional institutions with legal capacity to enter into agreements with the IDB. Each proposal should include participation from three or more countries (exceptionally two). Most grants will range from US$0.6 million to US$ 1.2 million for projects of two to three years.
Inter-American Development Bank -- Regional Projects in Climate Change and Renewable Energy