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


Tracking domestic climate finance flows in developing countries: lessons and challenges

Thursday, October 26 (3:30-4:30 Rome)

Overview:

Climate finance is a key implementation element to comply with the climate actions. A better understanding about how much money arrives to developing countries is necessary to understand the gaps and the financial opportunities. However, it is also important to better understand how much are the countries allocating through their national public expenditures. All of these efforts to increase transparency on climate finance are important in the context of the compliance of the Paris Agreement.

  • Present the results of the study conducted NAP-Ag Programme regarding tracking 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 strength the results and to support the work related to tracking climate finance at the national level. 

Speakers:

  • Claudia Garcia - Climate Change and Knowledge Management Specialist, NAP-Ag programme
  • Joanne Manda - Climate Change Specialist, UNDP
  • Sandra Guzman - Founder and General Coordinator, GFLAC
  • Juanita Lopez Pelaez Senior Manager of Climate Change and Sustainable Services, KPMG Colombia

 PowerPoints:

Recording:

  • A recording of the entire webinar can be found here.