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Measuring publicly-mobilised private finance for climate action in developing countries

  • November 2017: OECD Policy Perspectives "Private finance for climate action: Estimating the effects of public interventions"
    This Policy Perspectives summarises work conducted since 2013 on estimating publicly-mobilised private finance. The brochure first introduces a typology of the potential effects that public interventions and enabling conditions have on private finance. It then provides an overview of the state of play on methodologies.

     

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  • August 2017: OECD and Trade & Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS) Working Paper "Estimating publicly-mobilised private finance for climate action: A South African case study"
    This paper estimates and analyses publicly-mobilised private finance for climate action in South Africa in 2010-2015. The effect of public finance is first estimated by analysing co-finance data. A pilot-method then further incorporates the role of financial support provided by policies for renewable energy and energy efficiency.

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Tracking investments and financing to assess their consistency with climate objectives

  • February 2019: WiseEuropa, New Climate Institute and I4CE policy brief "Domestic landscape of climate finance: Why systemic approach to climate finance matters?"
    This policy brief presents an overview of how tracking investment and finance flows at the domestic level can help governments and other stakeholders with data to assess progress towards national climate objectives, as well as through understanding how different actors contribute to financing climate mitigation and adaptation activities.
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  • September 2018: I4CE report "Landscape of domestic climate finance in France: Low-carbon  investment  2011-2017"
    This report presents a deep-dive into the method that underpins I4CE’s domestic climate finance tracking in France since 2011. It intends to support, if not inspire, actors who may wish to conduct similar work in their country, as a means to improve the knowledge base in investments and finance flows, and as a policy assessment tool.
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