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LTF In-session workshops and events in 2014
In-session workshop on long-term climate finance, Hotel Maritim, Bonn,
Part I 15:00-18:00 Wednesday 11 June 2014
Part II 10:00-13:00 Thursday 12 June 2014
A two-part in-session workshop on long-term climate finance was held on 11 and 12 June 2014, in
conjunction with the UNFCCC Climate Change
Conference held in Bonn, Germany. This in-session workshop was organized as follow up to COP's
decision to continue deliberations on long-term finance, focusing on inter alia: strategies and
approaches for scaled-up climate finance from 2014-2020; cooperation on enhanced enabling
environments and support for readiness activities; and needs for support to developing countries. The
summary of this workshop will be considered by the COP 20 and also by the high-level ministerial
dialogue on climate finance at COP 20 in Lima.
Summary report on in-session workshop on long-term climate finance in 2014 is now available.
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Kamel Djemouai (Algeria) and Hermans Sips (The Netherlands)
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Open to all Parties and observers attending the UNFCCC Climate Change Conference held in Bonn,
In-session Workshop on Long-term Climate Finance, Part I
In-session Workshop on Long-term Climate Finance, Part I (continued)
In-session Workshop on Long-term Climate Finance, Part II
In-session Workshop on Long-term Climate Finance, Part II (continued)
Scene-setting presentation (Part I)
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Questions for interactive group discussions (Part I)
- How can the updated approaches and strategies be more useful in terms of the level of detail
and the type of information on sources and instruments?
- How can the updated information be better used to communicate actions on the ground and
policies supported by developed country parties within the international and national climate
- What efforts are currently part of the developed country parties strategies and approaches
foreseen to scale up climate finance?
- How are these efforts aligned with the priorities and programmes of developing countries?
The extended work programme on long-term finance in 2013 examined a range of policies and
institutional enablers for effective climate finance, including country ownership, in-country
institutional arrangements, absorptive capacity, coherence and coordination, etc.:
- What are the major lessons learned from the fast-start period with respect to policies,
programmes and priorities that are currently supported by international climate finance? How can
these efforts be enhanced?
- How can FSF planning inform updated approaches and strategies for mobilising scaled-up climate
The COP has underlined in several decisions the need for a balance between mitigation and
- What insights can be obtained from 2013 submissions on approaches and strategies for mobilising
scaled up climate finance in this regard?
- What other efforts are being undertaken by Parties to ensure the balance between mitigation and
adaptation in other climate finance channels? How can these efforts inform updated
Scene-setting presentation (Part II)
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Questions for interactive group discussions (Part II)
- What are concrete actions needed to strengthen assessment of financial needs by developing
countries building on lessons learned?
- What lessons can be learned from developed-developing country collaborations from the
fast-start finance period, particularly in connection with the effective deployment of climate
- What actions should be prioritised to enhance enabling environments for effective delivery of
climate finance at country and programme/project levels?
- What steps can be undertaken to improve coordination and coherence of readiness
Updated 12 June 2014
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