By reducing the risks for the loss of money under the table, the project will increase trust and the volume of climate finance being put on the table. Building on successes to date: a strengthened and engaged civil society and greater clarity on existing corruption risks, the project will contribute to transparent and accountable climate policies, practices and results from the global to the local level, and to cementing emerging civil society leadership and independence on the topic at the regional level. Working globally, and with selected TI chapters across three regions, the project implements anti-corruption safeguards and solutions through education, targeted research, monitoring and advocacy actions. Critically, it will give voice to victims and witnesses of corruption, ensuring the most vulnerable are not doubly impacted – by climate change and corruption. Furthermore, the emerging GCF operations in Korea shall be supported by an effective monitoring.