According to the Bank’s website, The Climate Investment Funds Accelerating Coal Transition Programme (CIF ACT) offers a holistic toolkit to support countries transitioning away from coal, tackling challenges linked to national strategies, people, and communities, as well as land and infrastructure. CIF ACT aims to achieve Transformation Change in climate action, which is defined as a "Fundamental change in systems relevant to climate action with large-scale positive impacts that shift and accelerate the trajectory of progress towards climate neutral, inclusive, resilient and sustainable development pathways." The programme seeks to achieve transformational change through the combination of five dimensions, including relevance, systemic change, speed, scale and adaptive sustainability; each of which has to be addressed through country specific ACT Investment Plans.
CIF ACT builds support at the local level to reconsider the development of new coal plants and accelerate the retirement of existing coal assets. It also fosters new economic activities fuelled by new sources of energy by working with public sector utilities and private sector operators to define paths to advance clean energy transitions.
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