Latest OECD DAC Statistics on climate-related aid, aid to climate change adaptation and climate change mitigation are now available.
The Busan Partnership for Action on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness is a voluntary partnership to promote coherence and collaboration across the climate and development communities.
Embracing green growth can secure a strong, stable and sustainable future for developing countries.
The DAC Network on Environment and Development Co-operation (ENVIRONET) promotes and facilitates the integration of environment and climate change into all aspects of development co-operation.
Statistics on Climate Change and Environment Aid
We monitor and track aid for climate change and environmental purposes, working jointly across ENVIRONET and the DAC Working Party on Development Finance Statistics (WP-STAT) to improve the quality, coverage and communication of our data.
There are close and intrinsic links between development and climate change. Recognising this, the OECD has a Joint Task Team on Climate Change and Development Co-operation, and is engaged in the Busan Partnership for Action on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness.
SEAs is becoming more urgent as development agencies switch their emphasis from supporting individual projects to providing support for broad policies and strategies. But while these assessments are widely considered the best way forward, moving from concept to action and towards results has varied. Our involvement in the Strategic Environmental Assessment Network has enabled us to produce guidance notes to promote a more harmonised, effective approach to SEA.