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First webinar of work programme on long-term finance
 
First webinar, Thursday, 13 September 2012

This webinar series discuss about various approaches applied to assessment of financing needs to implement mitigation and adaption measures in developing countries in the longer term. The presentations draw upon relevant technical and analytic work including the pdf-icon National Economic, Environment and Development Study (NEEDS) for Climate Change Project of UNFCCC and UNDP’s Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change. Results, Experiences & Lessons Learned. They also discuss the methodologies used to assess financial flows that directly and indirectly support climate change mitigation and adaptation activities.

In particular, this webinar reviews the following important issues, namely:
  • Methodologies used for measuring climate-related finance needs at global, regional, and country level
  • Lessons learned from application of "top-down" and "bottom-up" approaches in climate financial needs assessments
  • Conditions that enable accurate assessment of mitigation and adaptation related finance needs in developing countries
  • Methodologies used for tracking climate mitigation and adaptation financial flows


First run: 09:00 - 10:30, CET :

Moderator:
  • Georg Børsting, Co-Chair of the work programme on long-term finance
Presenters:
Click here for the recording of the first run of the webinar



Second run: 16:00-17:30, CET 
 
Moderator:
  • Zaheer Fakir , Co-Chair of the work programme on long-term finance
Presenters:
Click here for the recording of the second run of the webinar


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Instructions for the webinar
Please click here for pdf-icon instructions for the webinar (205 kB)
 
Second webinar
More information on the second webinar can be found here
 

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