NAP-Ag Webinar: Tracking domestic climate finance flows in developing countries: lessons and challenges

Presentations and recordings now available.

26 October 2017

In this webinar, experts from the Latin American and Caribbean Climate Finance Group (GFLAC), UNDP and the National Planning Department of Colombia, shared insights and lessons learned from a study conducted by the joint UNDP-FAO NAP-Ag Programme (NAP-Ag) in partnership with GFLAC on tracking domestic climate finance. The study and webinar sessions focused on adaptation climate financial flows in six countries: Colombia, Guatemala, Kenya, Nepal, The Philippines and Zambia.

Climate finance is a crucial element for the implementation of more effective climate actions and the goals outlined by the Paris Agreement and 2030 Agenda. In order to understand the financing gaps and the financial opportunities available to developing countries to fund climate resiliency efforts, it is important to understand the levels of funding available through global climate funds and domestic sources. In an effort to increase the transparency of climate finances, countries worldwide are starting to track both domestic and international finance flows. This is an important step to comply with the Paris Agreement’s Transparency Initiative.

Webinar Objectives

  • Present the results of the study conducted by the NAP-Ag Programme regarding  domestic climate finance, particularly adaptation climate flows in six countries: Colombia, Guatemala, Kenya, Nepal, The Philippines and Zambia.
  • Discuss the challenges and the lessons learned in this study to provide inputs and recommendations for the actual process of the negotiation under UNFCCC.
  • Receive inputs from participants to further strengthen the results and  support the work related to tracking climate finance at the national level.

 

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Presentations and Recordings

Tracking domestic climate finance flows in developing countries - recording

 

Tracking Domestic Climate Finance Flows - Lessons and Challenges

 

 
Last Updated: 4 Dec 2017