Monitoring past, present, and future public and private spending and investment patterns is essential to achieving climate mitigation and adaptation objectives. Such information helps measure progress, identify gaps, align flows and instruments for maximum impact and scale, and optimize the deployment of public resources in a way that can effectively and efficiently unlock private investment at the transformational scales needed.
In this workshop, participants:
1. Shared knowledge and best practices on mapping and tracking flows of domestic climate finance.
2. Identified ways to ensure domestic finance mapping can support planning of effective spending and investment to achieve climate goals.
3. Networked with a growing community of domestic climate finance practitioners from national governments, donors, UN agencies, and implementing organization.
Dr. Barbara Buchner, Executive Director, Climate Policy Initiative
Dr. Angela Falconer, Associate Director, Climate Policy Initiative
Adeline Dontenville, EU REDD Facility, European Forest Institute
Chavi Meattle, Analyst, Climate Policy Initiative
Valérie Merckx, Head, EU REDD Facility, European Forest Institute
Tim Clairs, Head, Forest and Climate team, UNDP (tbc)
Jean-Claude Koya, Côte d’Ivoire Ministry of Planning and Investment (tbc)
Félicien Mulenda, FONAREDD DRC
Ian Cochran, 14CE, French Landscape of Climate Finance
Aleksandra Novikova, IKEM, Landscapes of Climate Finance in Czech Republic, Latvia and
Gianluca Merlo, UNDP NDC Support program