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Monitoring public and private spending and investment patterns is essential to achieving climate mitigation and adaptation objectives. Such information helps measure progress, identify gaps, align flows, and optimizes the deployment of public resources in a way that can effectively and efficiently unlock private investment at the transformational scales needed.

This event was co-organized with the European Forest Institute and UNDP.


Moderator: Angela Falconer, Director, Climate Policy Initiative
Introduction and overview of domestic mapping initiatives and tools (15 minutes)
Adeline Dontenville, Land-use finance Lead, European Forest Institute
Chavi Meattle, Senior Analyst, Climate Policy Initiative
Padraig Oliver, Programme Officer, UNFCCC: Domestic climate finance tracking in the context of the Global Stocktake 2023 and the enhanced transparency framework
Icebreaker/networking poll
Session 1: Using national climate finance tracking to drive increased policy ambition, improved climate finance reporting and mobilization of resources (45 minutes)
This session will begin with short presentations from country representatives showcasing recent progress on domestic tracking initiatives. This will be followed by discussion with participants on the opportunities to use climate finance tracking to influence outcomes at the national and international level.
Moderator: Tom Beloe, SDG Finance Advisor, UNDP
Peter Odhengo, Senior Policy Advisor on Climate Finance Kenyan Treasury
Diego Teca, Sub-Secretary for Climate Change, Ministry of Environment and
Water, Ecuador
Noor Syaifudin, Senior Policy Analyst, Fiscal Policy Agency (BKF) of Indonesia
Sarah McPhail, Financial Sector Policy, National Treasury of South Africa
Session 2:  How national climate finance tracking can be leveraged to align public and private actors’ investments with the Paris Agreement? (45 minutes)
Bringing in additional public and private finance perspectives, panelists will discuss how information on climate finance flows can help inform and leverage Paris Aligned investment and what challenges remain. This will be followed by a Q&A with participants.
Moderator: Amal-Lee Amin, Director, Climate Change, CDC Group
Chris Dodwell, Head of Policy and Advocacy, Director, Impax Asset Management
Clifford Polycarp, Deputy Director, Country Programming
Nathan Fabian, Chief Responsible Investment Officer at PRI and Chairperson at European Platform on Sustainable Finance
Francisco Dall’Orso, Climate Change Unit of the Ministry of Energy, Chile
Next Steps and Closing Remarks (5 min)
Barbara Buchner, Global Managing Director, Climate Policy Initiative  

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