19-20 May 2015, OECD, Paris, France
Co-facilitators: Mr. Matti Numelin, ENVIRONET Bureau (Finland) & Mr. Maher Mamhikoff, WP-STAT Chair (Canada) & Dr. Amal-Lee Amin, ENVIRONET Member (E3G)
This session provided an overview of OECD DAC environmental statistics, in particular climate-related statistics, and recent progress made to improve these, including the integration of bilateral and multilateral climate-related development finance statistics into one integrated framework.
Ms. Stephanie Ockenden and Ms. Mariana Mirabile, OECD DAC Secretariat
Tracking climate-related finance in Mexico, Ms. Neydi Cruz, Secretary of State for Environment and Natural Resources, Mexico [No presentation]
Ms. María Verónica Villena Cardich, Climate Change Office, Ministry of Environment Peru
Mr. Jorge Iván Escalante Castellanos, Presidential Agency for International Co-operation, Colombia
Insights from Mr. Tom Beloe, Climate Change Governance and Development Effectiveness Asia-Pacific Regional Center, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) [No presentation]
Insights from Ms. Sandra Guzmán, Grupo de Financiamiento Climático para América Latina y el Caribe (GFLAC) [No presentation]
Ria Sartika Azhari and Hageng Suryo Nugroho, Centre for Climate Change Finance and Multilateral Policy, Ministry of Finance, Indonesia
Ms. Nguyen Thi Dieu Trinh, Department of Science, Education, Natural Resources and Environment, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Viet Nam
Tracking climate- and biodiversity-related finance in the Philippines, Mr. John Adrian Narag, International Finance Group, Department of Finance, Philippines [No presentation]
Mr. David Meyers, The Biodiversity Finance Initiative (BIOFIN) at UNDP
Insights from Mr. Dave Steinbach, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) [No presentation]
This session focused on how OECD DAC data can be further enhanced to improve the partner country perspective and experiences, including reflections on the use and relevance of OECD DAC data by partner countries.
Mr. David Kaluba, National Climate Change Secretariat, Ministry of Finance, Zambia
Mr. Appukuttan Nair Damodaran, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India
Ms. Andrea Iro, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Germany
Mr. Sudo Tomonori, JICA Research Institute, Japan
Insights from Ms. Smita Nakhooda, Climate and Environment, Overseas Development Institute [No presentation]
The Partnership for Climate Finance and Development is a voluntary initiative promoting the deployment and effective use of climate finance at country-level through coherence and collaboration among climate change, finance and development co-operation communities at the country, regional and global levels.
Ms. Jan Corfee-Morlot, OECD Secretariat and Mr. Tom Beloe, UNDP