Development finance statistics

Climate Change: OECD DAC External Development Finance Statistics

 

OECD DAC statistics capture an integrated picture of both bilateral and multilateral climate-related external development finance flows for 2013-14. Explore the statistics with the following:

 

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Climate-related development finance data visualisation portal

Data on bilateral and multilateral climate-related development finance commitments. Data for OECD DAC members for 2002-2014, and Multilateral Development Banks (MBDs) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) in 2014.

  • Climate-related development finance by OECD DAC member and by MDB
  • Composition of climate-related development finance
  • Climate-related development finance by sector
  • Climate-related development finance by instrument
  • Access the activity level data
Watch here the tutorial on how to use this tool.

 

Multilateral climate-related development finance

This video explains the treatment of multilateral climate-related development finance flows in DAC statistics, looking at:

  • How the DAC statistical system works
  • How we can estimate multilateral climate-related contributions

Bilateral climate-related development finance

The OECD DAC measures and monitors bilateral development finance targeting climate change objectives using two Rio markers:

Climate Change Mitigation - introduced in 1998. Reporting on ODA flows has been mandatory since 2006. Reporting on non-export credit OOF flows was introduced in 2010 on a voluntary basis.

Full definition, eligibility criteria and examples.

Climate Change Adaptation - introduced in 2010, with reporting mandatory for ODA flows. Reporting on non-export credit OOF flows was introduced in 2010 on a voluntary basis.

Full definition, eligibility criteria and examples
Examples of principal activities.

Handbook on the OECD-DAC
Climate Markers
, which includes a Frequently Asked Questions section.

Latest statistical analysis

Climate-related Aid (pdf, 2007-12) Aid to Climate Change Mitigation (pdf, 2007-12) Aid to Climate Change Adaptation (pdf, 2010-12)
Climate-related Aid to Africa (pdf, 2010-12) Climate-related Aid to Latin America and the Caribbean (pdf, 2010-12) Aid to Urban Climate Change Adaptation (pdf, 2010-12)

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