Information Repository
The Standing Committee on Finance  was mandated by the Conference of the Parties (COP) at its 17th session to organize a Forum for the communication and continued exchange of information among bodies and entities dealing with climate change finance in order to promote linkages and coherence.

This page contains submissions, reports and publications as provided to the Standing Committee on Finance by stakeholders involved in climate finance.

 
Contents

Reports on the Forum of the Standing Committee on Finance

As mandated by the Conference of the Parties (COP), the Standing Committee on Finance (SCF) reports on its Forum in its annual reports to the COP

2017 SCF Forum - "Mobilizing Finance for Climate-Resilient Infrastructure"
Report (Annex V of 2017 SCF annual report)
2016 SCF Forum - "Financial instruments that address the risks of Loss and Damage"
Report (Annex III of 2016 SCF annual report)

2015 SCF Forum - "Enhancing coherence and coordination of forest financing"
Report (Annex II of 2015 SCF annual report)

2014 SCF Forum - "Mobilizing Adaptation Finance"
Executive Summary (Annex IV of 2014 SCF annual report)
Full Report

2013 SCF Forum - "Mobilizing Finance & Investment for Climate Action Now"
Report (Annex II of 2013 SCF annual report)

Presentations delivered by members of the Standing Committee on Finance

 

2014

June

Update on the preparation of the first biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows during the first meeting of the contact group of the agenda item on the issue of methodologies for reporting financial information by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention during the 40th session of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA)

Presentation

8 June

Side event on the biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows at the margins of the 40th session of the SBs,

Programme
Presentation

25 August

Informal Dialogue on Climate Finance, hosted by the incoming Presidency of the COP 20

Presentation

16 - 17 September

Global Forum of the Climate Change Expert Group, OECD

Presentation

29 September - 1 October

Sixth meeting of the Adaptation Committee

Presentation

4 December

Outreach event on financing for forests

Presentation

2015

3 June

Information event of the Standing Committee on Finance

Programme
Presentation

2016

18 May

In-session workshop on long-term finance

Presentation

20 May

Side event of the Standing Committee on Finance

Presentation

23 May

Side event of the Standing Committee on Finance SCF side event – Enhancing coherence and coordination of forest finance"

Presentation

23 May

3rd voluntary meeting on the coordination of support for the implementation of activities referred to in Decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 70 (REDD+)

Presentation

2017

8 May

Side event of the Standing Committee on Finance

Presentation

12 May

First meeting of the Paris Committee on Capacity-building

Presentation

13 May

Fourth voluntary meeting on the coordination of support for the implementation of REDD-plus activities in developing countries

 

2018
1 May Side event of the Standing Committee on Finance Presentation
Reports, publications and other inputs

This section* contains reports and publications as provided to the Standing Committee on Finance by stakeholders involved in climate finance.

Contributions received

Title

Author

Affiliation

Submitted

Operationalizing a Gender-Sensitive approach in the Green Climate Fund (647 kB)

Liane Schalatek and Katya Burns;
edited by Gail Karlsson and Ana Rojas

-

20/06/2013

Toward Mutual Accountability: the 2015 Adaptation Finance Transparency Gap Report (2582 kB)

AdaptationWatch consortium

-

15/01/2016

AGWA recommendations to the UNFCCC Standing Committee on Finance NEW! (287 kB)

Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA)

-

30/09/2016

 

AGWA recommendations to the UNFCCC Standing Committee on Finance

Biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows of the Standing Committee on Finance

At COP 17, Parties mandated the SCF to prepare a biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows. The SCF invited inputs from interested stakeholders to support its work on the biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows in general, as well as on the objective, scope and proposed outline of the biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows in particular. More information on the biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows in 2014, 2016 and 2018 as well as the submissions received by the SCF can be found here.

Recent submissions received on the call for evidence: information and data for the preparation of the 2018 biennial assessment and overview of climate finance flows

Document

Submitted by

Date

Submission E3G E3G 15/05/2018
Submission OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 15/05/2018

Submission Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat

Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat

15/05/2018

Submission Climate Action in Financial Institutions Initiative Secretariat

Secretariat of the Climate Action in Financial Institutions Initiative

15/05/2018

Submission Assessing the credibility of how climate adaptation aid projects are categorised Weikmans, R., Roberts, J. T., Baum, J., Bustos, C., & Durand (2017) 09/05/2018
Submission Postface: fragmentation, failing trust and enduring tensions over what counts as climate finance Roberts, J. T., & Weikmans, R. (2017) 09/05/2018
Submission The international climate finance accounting muddle: is there hope on the horizon? Weikmans, R., & Roberts, J.T. (2018) 09/05/2018
Submission UNDP United Nations Development Programme 06/04/2018
Submission IATI Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) 21/03/2018
Submission EBRD European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 16/03/2018
Submission ODI Overseas Development Institute 15/03/2018
Submission UN ECLAC United Nations ECLAC 13/03/2018
Submission IDFC International Development Finance Club 08/03/2018
Fifth review of the Financial Mechanism

COP 19 requested the SCF to continue to provide expert input to the fifth review of the Financial Mechanism, with a view to the review being finalized by COP 20. In addition, COP 19 requested the SCF to continue to provide expert input to the fifth review of the Financial Mechanism, with a view to the review being finalized by COP 20. In this context, the SCF prepared a technical paper on the fifth review (1085 kB) , and included the executive summary of the technical paper in its report to COP 20 for consideration by the COP.

Side event on the work of the SCF related to the fifth review during the 40th session of the SBs, June 2014 ProgrammePresentation

Measurement, reporting and verification of support beyond the biennial assessment and overview of climate finance : Submissions of views on elements of the work plan

This section contains submissions received from SCF members and observers on their views on the elements of the workplan on measurement, reporting and verification of support beyond the biennial assessmenet and overview of climate finance. The submission was invited by the SCF at its 10th meeting held in June 2015.

Views on elements of the work plan on measurement, reporting and verification of support beyond the biennial assessment and overview of climate finance

Document

Submitted by

Date

Submission South Centre (129 kB)

South Centre

29/6/2015

Submission GFLAC (698 kB)

Climate Finance Group for Latin America and the Caribbean

4/7/2015

Submission Rajasree Ray (66 kB)

Rajasree Ray, SCF member

8/7/2015

Adaptation Fund : Submissions on possible future institutional linkages and relations with other institutions under the Convention

At its ninth meeting, the Standing Committee on Finance agreed to invite submissions from SCF members, observers and thematic bodies under the Convention by 8 May on the following issues:

Possible future relations between the Adaptation Fund and with other institutions under the Convention;

Possible future institutional linkages between the Adaptation Fund and other institutions under the Convention, taking into account any legal and technical implications identified.

For more information, including specific questions, please click here (90 kB) .

Received submissions on possible future institutional linkages and relations between the Adaptation Fund and other institutions under the Convention

Information received

Submitted by

Date

Submission - Oxford Climate Policy (118 kB)

Oxford Climate Policy

17/4/2015

Submission – SCF Member (257 kB)

Stephan Kellenberger

7/5/2015

Submission – CIAT/CCAFS (325 kB)

Dhanush Dinesh

7/5/2015

Submission – SCF Member (25 kB)

Inka Gnittke

8/5/2015

Submission – Observer of the South Centre to the SCF (239 kB)

Bernarditas Muller

8/5/2015

Submission – SCF Member (100 kB)

Richard Sherman

11/5/2015

Submission – SCF Member (172 kB)

Edith Kateme Kassajja

11/5/2015

Submission – Germanwatch (58 kB)

David Eckstein

13/5/2015

2016 SCF Forum: Inputs received

The SCF agreed to invite inputs on the topics below, in order to inform the Forum’s preparatory work:

  1. Scope and purpose of the Forum
    The SCF invites its members and interested stakeholders to the Forum to submit their inputs on the scope and purpose of the Forum and also to provide relevant information/case studies that would inform the Forum.

  2. Potential institutions and events to partner with in the organization of the Forum
    Building on the experience from the previous Forums, where the SCF worked with a wide range of partner institutions and held the Forum in conjunction with relevant events, the SCF agreed to explore partnerships for the upcoming fourth SCF Forum and hence invites its members and interested stakeholders to the Forum to provide information on potential organizations with whom to partner as well as events (ideally taking place between May and September 2016), with which the Forum could be held in conjunction.

Organization

Date

Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) (297 kB)

05/02/2016

LEAD Pakistan (232 kB)

15/02/2016

Executive Committee of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage associated with Climate Change Impacts (Excom) (173 kB)

22/02/2016

Swiss Re (77 kB)

22/02/2016

ICCCAD (International Center for Climate Change and Development)
& CDL Brown (Climate and Development Lab)
(133 kB)

23/02/2016

Munich Re (197 kB)

26/02/2016

African Risk Capacity (ARC) (420 kB)

28/02/2016

Climate Justice Programme (125 kB)

29/02/2016

United Nations World Food Programme & Oxfam America (616 kB)

29/02/2016

CAN International (536 kB)

29/02/2016

SCF member: Sarah Conway (312 kB)

29/02/2016

United Nations World Food Programme (403 kB)

01/03/2016

Republic of Mali on behalf of the African Group of Negotiators (105 kB)

06/03/2016

Japan (85 kB)

10/03/2016

United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) (121 kB)

21/03/2016

   
2016 SCF Forum: Additional Information

Organization

Files

African Risk Capacity (ARC)

ARC_Overview (136 kB)
ARC_and_ARC LTD (292 kB)
ARC_Cost of Drought (418 kB)
ARC_XCF_ARC_Factsheet (187 kB)

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Coherence and coordination for financing for forests : Contributions on relevant information/case studies

Received contributions on relevant information/case studies: coherence and coordination for financing for forests

Received information

Sent by

Affiliation / Organization

Date received

Submission Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia (57 kB)

Institutional analysis of incentives for the provision of forest goods and services: An assessment of incentive schemes in Catalonia (north-east Spain)

Green Book on payments for environmental services from Mediterranean forests

Denis Boglio

Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia, Spain

13 October 2014

Submission United Nations Forum on Forests (65 kB)

Hossein Moeini-Meybodi

United Nations Forum on Forests

16 October 2014

Submission Tropenbos International (64 kB)

Financing and Business Engagement for Tropical Forests: Recent Publications (1293 kB)

Herman Savenije

Tropenbos International

28 October 2014

Submission OECD (66 kB)

Anthony Cox

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

29 October 2014

Submission Towards Transparency (101 kB)

Cao Hai Thanh

Towards Transparency

6 November 2014

Submission WeForest (67 kB)
Submission Paper (322 kB)
Good Business: Making private investments work for tropical forests (3669 kB)
Guide to investing in locally controlled forestry (1587 kB)
Conservation Finance - Moving beyond donor funding toward an investor-driven approach (2303 kB)
 

Fraser Brown

WeForest

11 November 2014

CfRN Submission on SCF Working Paper (131 kB)

Frederica Bietta

Coalition for Rainforest Nations

20 November 2014

El desarrollo de un Sistema Nacional de Salvaguardas para REDD+ en México (3454 kB)

The Development of a National Safeguard System for REDD+ in Mexico (3952 kB)

Juan Carlos Carrillo F.

Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental

6 December 2014

Submission Finance Alliance for Sustainable Trade (FAST) (201 kB)

Lily Minkova

Finance Alliance for Sustainable Trade (FAST)

17 December 2014

Submission by the Plurinational State of Bolivia (447 kB)

Annex 1. The Joint Mitigation and Adaptation Mechanism for the Integral and Sustainable Management of Forests (JMA) (2833 kB)
Annex 2. Implementation progress on JMA in the Plurinational State of Bolivia (2069 kB)

National Focal Point of Bolivia

Plurinational State of Bolivia

28 January 2015

Submission Althelia (1255 kB)

Edit Kiss

Althelia ecosphere

30 January 2015

Submission CDP (3174 kB)

Roberta Iley

CDP

30 January 2015

Submission World Bank Group (520 kB)

Rama Chandra Reddy

World Bank Group

30 January 2015

Submission International Emissions Trading Association (240 kB)

Sophy Greenhalgh

International Emissions Trading Association

30 January 2015

Submission Climate Policy Initiative (132 kB)

Angela Falconer

Climate Policy Initiative

31 January 2015

Submission SCS_Coherence_Coordination_UNFCCC_013015 (98 kB)

SCS GHG Qualifications Profile (2765 kB)

Christie Pollet-Young

SCS Global Service

31 January 2015

Declaration Pacte Tunisie Verte (3494 kB)

Brochure Partenariat Forêts Marocaines (2718 kB)

Ludwig Liagre

GIZ-CPMF

4 February 2015

Submission by FAO, UNEP and UNDP to support REDD+ activities through the UN-REDD programme (410 kB)

Stephen Gold

FAO, UNDP, UNEP

6 February 2015

Submission on ‘relevant information/case studies to inform the working paper on coherence and coordination for financing for forests’ (94 kB)

South-originating Green Finance (1870 kB)

Climate Change: Implications for Investors and Financial Institutions (1191 kB)

Integrated Governance: A new model of governance for sustainability (3188 kB)

Iain Henderson

UNEP FI

6 February 2015

Submission – United States of America (289 kB)

Randy Caruso

United States of America

12 February 2015

Submission – Japan (198 kB)

Ida Mizuki

Japan

16 April 2015

Submission – Center for International Forestry Research (224 kB)

Stephen Leonard

Center for International Forestry Research

22 April 2015

Towards effective national forest funds (8552 kB)

Rao Matta

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

28 April 2015

Submission – Permain Global (86 kB)

Keven Brough

Permian Global Research Ltd

22 May 2015

Submssion - Tools to Unlock Finance for Sustainable Land-Use (566 kB)

Adeline Dontenville

EU REDD Facility, CPI and Climate Focus

10 June 2015

Comments from Peru on the proposed SCF forum on finance for forests (42 kB)

Mirko Serkovic

Ministry of Environment, Peru

23 June 2015

Submission - Brazil´s experiences with the coherence and coordination of climate financing for forests, including ways and means to transfer payments for results-based actions (209 kB)

Leticia Guimaraes

Ministry of the Environment, Brazil

23 June 2015

Contribution from Colombia on the draft concept note on the 2015 Standing Committee on Finance Forum (202 kB)

Santiago Briceño Flórez

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia

23 June 2015

GEF Case Studies (176 kB)

GEF report to SCF on REDD+ and SFM (193 kB)

Chizuru Aoki, Roland Sundstrom

GEF

24 June 2015

Comments by Mexico to the Draft Concept Note for the 2015 Forum of the Standing Committee on Finance (162 kB)

Roberto Donisch

Government of Mexico

11 July 2015

2015 SCF Forum : Inputs on potential partnership and events

For the first two SCF Forums, the SCF worked with partner organizations and held the Forum in conjunction with their events, such as Carbon Expo (2013) and Climate Investment Funds Partnership Forum (2014).

 

In planning for the 2015 SCF Forum to be held on the topic of financing for forests
background document (in accordance with decision 2/CP.17 paragraph 121(a) and 9/CP.19 paragraphs 20 and 21), it was agreed by the SCF to:

  • further explore partnerships for the upcoming 2015 SCF Forum and

  • invite its members and interested organizations to provide information on potential partnerships and events with which the Forum could be held in conjunction.

Received information

Sent by

Affiliation / Organization

Date received

Submission Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia (62 kB)

Leaflet of the MFW4 (483 kB)

ToR of the specific session on Carbon Finance and the application of REDD+ in the mediterranean (317 kB)

Brochure of the Forest Hub at Sant Pau Historical Site (3601 kB)

Denis Boglio

Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia, Spain

14 October 2014

Submission United Nations Forum on Forests (60 kB)

Draft proposal for partnership related to the 2015 SCF Forum (103 kB)

Hossein Moeini-Meybodi

United Nations Forum on Forests

30 October 2014

Letter to the SCF (presented during the eighth meeting of the SCF) (267 kB)

Letter of Interest and proposed and proposed partnership (31 October 2014) (180 kB)

Steve Leonard

Center for International Forestry Research

31 October 2014

Submission IETA - SCF Forests Forum 2015 (377 kB)

Sophy Greenhalgh

International Emissions Trading Association

31 October 2014

Submission (178 kB)

Sarah Conway

SCF Member

4 November 2014

XIV World Forestry Congress

Tiina Vahanen

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

19 January 2015

 

2014 SCF Forum : Documents of the meeting

SCF Forum, 21 and 22 June 2014 in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Programme of the 2014 Forum of the Standing Committee on Finance

Presentations and background material provided during the forum:

Mr. Jeffery Spooner, Head of Agency, Meteorological Service, Ministry of Water, Land, Environment & Climate Change, Jamaica
Remarks by Mr. Jeffrey Spooner (120 kB)

Ms. Asha Bobb-Semple, on behalf of the UNDP Resident Representative
Opening_Asha Bobb-Semple (558 kB)

Mr. Clifford Mahlung, Adaptation Committee representative
The UNFCCC Adaptation Committee: Building Coherence on Finance (253 kB)
Information note for the 2014 SCF Forum issued by the Adaptation Committee and the Standing Committee on Finance (467 kB)

Ms. Barbara Buchner, Senior Director of Climate Policy Initiative and head of Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) Europe
Adaptation Finance - Climate Policy Initiative (563 kB)

Mr. Mikko Ollikainen, Senior Climate Change Specialist, Adaptation Fund
Concrete adaptation projects - What have we learned? (894 kB)

Mr. David Kaluba, Principal Economist (EMD)/National Coordinator (PPCR), Ministry of Finance, Government of Zambia
Mainstreaming Climate Resilience into Development Plans (1578 kB)

Ms. Diann Black-Layne, Ambassador, Government of Antigua and Barbuda
Petrocaribe case study (66 kB)

Mr. Luis Fiallos, National Focal Point of Nicaragua to the UNFCCC

Adaptation policy in Nicaragua (105 kB)

Mr. Daniel Buckley, Climate Change Policy Analyst, UNDP
The status of public finance related to national funding for developing countries (976 kB)

Ms. Stephanie Ockenden, Economist/Policy analyst, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
The status of public finance related to bilateral finance (1934 kB)

Mr. Gerard Alleng, Climate Change Senior Specialist, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Policy based loan in Trinidad and Tobago (269 kB)

Ms. Nancy Saich, Managerial Adviser, European Investment Bank (EIB)
Cooperation with the Caribbean Development Bank on lending for adaptation (357 kB)

Mr. Takashi Hongo, Senior Fellow, Mitsui Global Strategic Studies Institute
Adaptation finance by private funds for private investment (1504 kB)

Ms. Isabelle Proulx, Programme Manager, International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
Developing a model of how to bridge adaptation projects with private equity (887 kB)

Mr. Isaac Anthony, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF)
The role of insurance in adaptation finance in the Caribbean (584 kB)

Ms. Joanna Syroka, Programme Director, African Risk Capacity
The role of insurance in adaptation finance in Africa (437 kB)

Mr. Trevion Manning, Director of Planning, St. James Parish Council, Representative of the city of Montego Bay
Smart city project in Montego Bay (9512 kB)

Ms. Saliha Dobardzic, Senior Climate Change Specialist, Global Environment Facility
Climate risks and adaptation solutions in urban areas and settlements (628 kB)

Mr. James Alexander, Head of the Finance and Economic Development Initiative, C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
The work of cities in adaptation finance and remaining challenges (769 kB)

Ms. Chantal Naidoo, Senior Associate of E3G’s International Climate Finance Programme
Financing resilience at the sub-national level in South Afirica (148 kB)

Mr. Daniel Rossetto, Managing Director, Climate Mundial
Case studies of climate resilience in urban areas and their funding (933 kB)

Mr. Syed Mujtaba Hussein, Director General and Special Assistant to the Minister, Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms, Government of Pakistan
Water management and adaptation in Pakistan (2270 kB)

Mr. Alfred Grunwald, Climate Change Senior Specialist, Coordinator for PPCR Bolivia, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Adaptation to climate impacts in water regulation and supply (1843 kB)

Mr. Batu Uprety, Chair of the LDC Expert Group
National adaptation in LDCs (153 kB)

Mr. Jan Willem den Besten, Senior Programme Officer, IUCN Netherlands
Mobilizing private sector finance, and mapping and scaling up climate resilience (972 kB)

Mr. Abiy Ashenafi, Program Coordinator Ethiopia, ICCO
Climate change adaptation and addressing deforestation along the coffee value chain, the case of Ethiopia (899 kB)
Video during the presentation

Ms. Claire Bernard, Deputy Director General, Sustainable Development and Regional Planning with the Planning Institute of Jamaica
The Adaptation Fund case study from Jamaica (200 kB)

Mr. Albert Binger, Member of the Technology Executive Committee
Outcomes of the TEC Adaptation workshop (1063 kB)

Mr. Amjad Abdulla, Director-General, Department of Climate Change and Energy, Maldives
SIDS DOCK case study (297 kB)

Mr. Kepa Solaun, Partner and General Director, Factor CO2
Case studies from energy and transport (1424 kB)

Ms. Sandy Ferguson, Knowledge and Policy Manager, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Climate resilient hydropower: experiences from the EBRD region (1080 kB)

Mr. Miguel Naranjo Gonzales, Programme Officer, Sustainable Development Mechanisms, UNFCCC
Experience and potential of the CDM for mitigation with adaptation co-benefits (545 kB)


For more information on the programme and biographies of the speakers, please click here.

 

 

 

2013 SCF Forum : Documents of the meeting

SCF Forum, 28 May 2013 in Barcelona, Spain

Programme of the 2013 Forum of the Standing Committee on Finance

Presentations and background material provided during the forum:

Avril Benchimol, Interamerican Development Bank
Mobilizing finance for the Private Sector, Innovation in LAC (1971 kB)

Barbara Buchner, Climate Policy Initiative (CPI)
CPI Spaghetti 2012 (140 kB)

Diann Black-Layne and Konrad von Ritter
Crowdfunding for Climate Change (321 kB)

Jane Ellis, Principal Administrator, Environment Directorate, OECD secretariat
Comparing Definitions and Methods to Estimate Mobilised Climate Finance (976 kB)
Updated information on bilateral aid data (469 kB)
CRS dataset on Rio markers
Analytical papers on mobilising and tracking climate finance

Alexander Froede, Environment and Climate Change Division, Competence Centre for Climate Change, GIZ
It’s not just the money: institutional strengthening of national climate funds (1326 kB)
Capacity development for direct access to climate finance (1156 kB)
Climate Finance Readiness - Preliminary approach and insights from efforts in Southern Africa (308 kB)

Juan Gomez, Lead Financial Markets and Climate Change Specialist, Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Division, Inter-American Development Bank
The role of national development banks (3244 kB)
The role of national development banks (Spanish version) (3367 kB)

Jessica Jacob, Director for Social and Environmental Responsibility, Findeter, Colombia
Findeter - Supporting Sustainable Development (2294 kB)
Colombian Green Protocol (476 kB)

Franka Klingel, Principal Administrator, Environment Directorate, EBRD
Joint MDB Report on Adaptation Finance 2011 (464 kB)
Joint MDB Report on Mitigation Finance 2012 (462 kB)
 

2013 : Submissions on elements to be taken into account for the development of a work programme on measurement, reporting and verification of support and the conduct of the biennial assessments and overview of climate finance flows in 2014

This section* contains submissions on elements to be taken into account for the development of a work programme on measurement, reporting and verification of support and the conduct of the biennial assessments and overview of climate finance flows in 2014, as provided to the Standing Committee on Finance by stakeholders involved in climate finance pursuant to specific calls for inputs by the Standing Committee on Finance.

Call for inputs on elements to be taken into account for the development of a work programme on measurement, reporting and verification of support and the conduct of the biennial assessments and overview of climate finance flows in 2014, June-July 2013

Document

Submitted by

Date

Submission CPI (799 kB)

Climate Policy Initiative

29/7/2013

Submission Germanwatch (202 kB)

Germanwatch

30/7/2013

Submission Haites (125 kB)

Erik Haites, Margaree Consultants Inc.

31/7/2013

Submission OECD (218 kB)

OECD

31/7/2013

Submission IAETA (146 kB)

IAETA

31/7/2013

Submission CIF (193 kB)

CIF

31/7/2013

Submission BlindSpot Think Tank (70 kB)

BlindSpot Think Tank

31/7/2013

Links to financial institutions