Climate change

COP22 session - Towards improved tracking of public and private climate finance

8 November 2016
18:15-19:45
Nordic Pavilion
Side event

  • Nordic Pavilion, Marrakech, Morocco

 

The event featured recent achievements, on-going initiatives and collaborations in tracking public and private climate finance, as well as highlight inter-linkages and synergies with frameworks and methods to track finance for development.

Speakers and panellists reflected on:

  • Recent achievements, on-going collaborations 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 robust and transparent tracking systems for climate finance and remaining gaps.
  • Implications for the UNFCCC.

 

Key speakers

 Event chaired by Haje Schütte, Head of Development Finance Division, OECD Development Co-operation Directorate

  •  Nicolina Lamhauge/Raphaël Jachnik, Policy Analysts, OECD Development Co-operation and Environment Directorates 
Setting the scene on tracking public and mobilised private climate finance 
  • Amal-Lee Amin, Chief of Climate Change and Sustainability Division, Inter-American Development Bank
Latest developments from the Joint-MDB reporting initiative
  • Thapelo Letete, Director of Climate Change Mitigation Monitoring and Evaluation, South African Department of Environmental Affairs
Progress towards the MRV of climate finance in South Africa
  • Jens Fugl, Senior Advisor, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs 
Perspectives from a developed country

 

side event flyer

CLIMATE-RELATED DEVELOPMENT FINANCE IN 2013-14

2020 PROJECTIONS OF CLIMATE FINANCE TOWARDS THE USD 100 BILLION GOAL

Flyer COP22 Side event Towards improved tracking of public and private climate finance‌‌ Climate-related development finance in 2013-14 PPT for COP22 side event webpage Research Collaborative - 2020 Projections of Climate Finance USD 100 Billion Goal

 

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