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COP21 session - Progress towards tracking public and private climate finance

1 Dec. 2015
11:15 - 12:45
Paris-Le Bourget
Side event

  • Location: Conference Centre - Blue Zone - Delegations Area - Hall 3 - Pavilion 7


This event:

  • outlined initiatives and collaborations in tracking public and private climate finance;
  • included presentations and updates from the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC), the OECD-hosted Research Collaborative on Tracking Private Climate Finance, international finance institutions, civil society and country delegates.


Speakers and panellists reflected on implications for the UNFCCC in relation to:

  • recent achievements and next steps on data and methods for tracking public and mobilised private finance for climate action in developing countries;
  • what is needed to support a robust MRV system for climate finance?

Key speakers

  • Haje Schütte - Chair - Head of Statistics and Development Finance Division, OECD Development Co-operation Directorate
   
  • Stephanie Ockenden/Julia Benn, OECD DAC
  • Raphaël Jachnik, OECD-hosted Research Collaborative
Setting the scene on tracking public and mobilised private climate finance
  • Jane Ebinger, World Bank
Latest developments from the Joint-MDB reporting initiative
  • Sandra Guzmán, Grupo de Financiamiento Climático para América Latina y el Caribe (GFLAC)
Perspectives on recipient country initiatives
  • Gabriella Blatter, Swiss Federal Office for Environment
Perspectives from an OECD member country

 

side event flyer

Policy Perspectives - Estimating mobilised private climate finance

CLIMATE FINANCE IN 2013-14 AND
THE USD 100 BILLION GOAL

‌‌Research Collaborative COP21 Flyer 23 Nov Climate finance report 2015

 

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