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Webinars in the extended work programme on long-term finance 2013


UNFCCC Webinar: Emerging insight from the meetings of experts on long-term finance
Monday, 2 September 2013
First run: 09:00-10:00, CET (Germany Time)
Second run: 16:00-17:00, CET
(Germany Time)

By pdf-icon decision 4/CP.18, COP18 decided to extend the work programme on long-term finance for one more year, with an aim to inform developed country Parties in their efforts to identify pathways for mobilizing scaled-up climate finance to USD 100 billion per year by 2020 from public, private and alternative sources in the context of meaningful mitigation actions and transparency of implementation (Pillar I) and, inform Parties in enhancing their enabling environments and policy frameworks to facilitate the mobilization and effective deployment of climate finance in developing countries (Pillar II).

The co-chairs of the work programme Mr. Mark Storey (Sweden) and Mr. Naderev Saño (Philippines) have undertaken a series of activities, including two meetings of experts in Manila and Bonn, with a view to explore key aspects of the two pillars from a technical and analytical angle.

Following the meetings of experts, the co-chairs have convened a webinar to discuss insights emerging from the work undertaken throughout 2013. The webinar was open to Parties and observer organizations, including climate finance stakeholders.

The extended work programme culminates with a wrap-up event, which will be held on 10-12 September in Incheon, South Korea.

Presentations by
Mr. Naderev Saño (Philippines), co-chair of the work programme on long-term finance
Mr. Mark Storey (Sweden), co-chair of the work programme on long-term finance
pdf-icon Presentation slide (133 kB)

Last updated 28 August 2013


UNFCCC Webinar: Views on the extended work programme on long-term finance
Thursday, 18 April 2013
First run: 09:00-10:00, CET (Germany Time)
Second run: 16:00-17:00, CET
(Germany Time)

The co-chairs of the extended work programme on long-term finance Mr. Mark Storey (Sweden) and Mr. Naderev Saño (the Philippines) invited Parties and stakeholders to join the webinar on the extended work programme on long-term finance.

The COP by its pdf-icon decision 4/CP.18, extended the work progamme on long-term finance in 2013. The aim of the work programme in 2013 is to inform developed country Parties in their efforts to identify pathways for mobilizing scaled-up climate finance to USD 100 billion per year by 2020 from public, private and alternative sources in the context of meaningful mitigation actions and transparency of implementation and, inform Parties in enhancing their enabling environments and policy frameworks to facilitate the mobilization and effective deployment of climate finance in developing countries. The work programme in 2013 follows the work programme undertaken in 2012.

Attendees to this webinar had the opportunity to share their views on long-term finance work programme. In particular, the co-chairs were interested in soliciting views on following issues, namely:
  • Expected outcomes of the extended work program on long-term finance in 2013;
  • How to best focus and advance our discussions on topics around pathways for mobilizing scaled up climate finance, enabling environments and policy frameworks; and
  • The modalities for conducting this work programme and other supporting activities.
Conveners
Mr. Naderev Saño (the Philippines), co-chair of the work programme on long-term finance
Mr. Mark Storey (Sweden), co-chair of the work programme on long-term finance
pdf-icon Click here to download the slides from the webinar. (76 kB)

Video recordings
Click here for the recording of the first webinar run
Click here for the recording of the second webinar run

Last updated 24 April 2013

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