Co-facilitators: Dr. Amal-Lee Amin, ENVIRONET Bureau (E3G) & Mr. Maher Mamhikoff, WP-STAT Chair (Canada)
This session focused on the outcomes of the High Level Meeting (HLM), the mandate for work in 2015, and implications for the reporting and presentation of DAC statistics on climate and environment-related development finance.
Ms. Julia Benn, OECD Secretariat
This session considered refined proposals to improve the Rio marker climate change adaptation and mitigation definitions, eligibility criteria, examples and guidance so as to improve the quality of data collection. These proposals were developed through initial consultation in the Second and Third Task Team meetings in 2014, and most recently through the March Small Working Group discussion.
Ms. Valérie Gaveau, OECD Secretariat
Mr. Josef Haider, KfW Development Bank
This short session presented an update from the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) on recent developments related to its revised reporting framework, the status of reporting and recent workshop.
Mr. Ravi Sharma, CBD Secretariat
This session provided an overview of the latest developments in reconciling “green” multilateral flows within DAC statistics.
Ms. Mariana Mirabile, OECD Secretariat
Mr. Eduardo Ferreira, World Bank
Ms. Nancy Saich, European Investment Bank, EIB
This short session presented updates from two of the Rio Convention secretariats (UNFCCC and UNCBD) on the Convention reporting requirements, status of reporting and recent initiatives related to the tracking and reporting of external development finance provided under the Rio Conventions.
Mr. Marenglen Gjonaj, UNFCCC Secretariat
Mr. Philippe Saner and Mr. Matthias Haeni, University of Zurich on behalf of the Global Mechanism Secretariat
This interactive session invited members to share their national approaches for reporting to the Rio conventions, in particular their approaches for drawing on and transforming the Rio marker data and rationales and perspectives on this. The session began with a presentation from the DAC Secretariat presenting findings from the OECD 2014 stock-take and recent mini-survey on the accounting approach, rationale and feasibility for greater quantification in reporting.
Ms. Stephanie Ockenden, OECD Secretariat
Ms. Hedwig Riegler, Austria
Ms. Marianne Alker, Germany