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OECD DAC CRS Efforts to Track Climate Related Official Development Finance

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This presentation is about the OECD DAC Creditor Reporting System Efforts to Track Climate Related Official Development Finance. It was created by Stephanie Ockenden, Policy Analyst at the OECD, for …

This presentation is about the OECD DAC Creditor Reporting System Efforts to Track Climate Related Official Development Finance. It was created by Stephanie Ockenden, Policy Analyst at the OECD, for the OECD-CPI consultation on development and climate change on 19 November 2013. For more information, visit our website http://www.oecd.org/dac/environment-development/ or email stephanie.ockenden@oecd.org.

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  • 1. OECD Development Assistance Committee’s Creditor Reporting System (DAC CRS): Efforts to track Climate-related Official Development Finance Presented by Stephanie Ockenden Economist/Policy Analyst Development Co-operation Directorate, OECD OECD-CPI Consultation on Tracking Climate Finance, COP 19, Warsaw
  • 2. Introduction: • OECD DAC Statistical System: – CRS Statistical Framework – Rio marker methodology • Data coverage of climate-related development finance • Patterns & Trends of climate-related ODA
  • 3. Overview of resource flows covered in DAC statistics: From Countries Concessional Non-concessional Official ODA Other official flows Private NGOs, foundations, etc Private flows at market terms Concessional Non-concessional From Multilateral Agencies Multilateral Agencies
  • 4. Scope of non-ODA workstream Concessional Non-concessional Official ODA Other official flows Private NGOs, foundations, etc Private flows at market terms Beyond DAC statistics Remittances Guarantees
  • 5. Key Features of the Rio markers: • Eligibility criteria on definition of mitigation and adaptation • Mark objective as either principal or significant • Granular activity level information • Allows tracking of multiple objectives whilst avoiding double counting
  • 6. Introduction: • OECD DAC Statistical System: – CRS Statistical Framework – Rio marker methodology • Data coverage of climate-related development finance • Patterns & Trends of climate-related ODA
  • 7. For tracking climate finance: (Flow) category Sectoral info Climate finance Bilateral ODA Multilateral ODA Partial Other official flows Private grants Export credits FDI Guarantees Partial Partial ISIC Industry classification Rio Markers quality reviews; Workshops, Task Team Work with MDBs to capture their data Work with DFIs to increase reporting of their activities Data collection with US Foundation Center Partial Understanding DAC efforts to improve data Understanding Streamlining exercise across OECD Streamlining exercise across OECD Amount mobilised calculated through survey - tentative climate data, Methodological options under discussion in WP-STAT
  • 8. Introduction: • OECD DAC Statistical System: – CRS Statistical Framework – Rio marker methodology • Data coverage of climate-related development finance • Patterns & Trends of climate-related ODA
  • 9. Total mitigation-related aid: reaching $16.1bn per year in bilateral ODA over 2010-2011 • Middle Income Countries receive 65%, in particular in Asia. • Substantially high share (57%) of concessional loans • Key economic infrastructure sectors - energy, transport and water - receive 50% • General environmental protection and forestry important for capacity building and TA activities. Source: OECD DAC CRS, Trends 2006-11
  • 10. Total adaptation-related Aid: reaching $8.8bn per year in bilateral ODA over 2010-2011 • LDCs and other LICs receive 25% of total adaptation-related aid • High number of country recipients • Higher use of grants - 69% of total • Concentration in environment-related capacity building Source: OECD DAC CRS, Trends 2010-11 • Key sectors – water and agriculture, forestry, fishing and rural development.
  • 11. In summary: • OECD DAC CRS offers a robust statistical system • Rio marker methodology defines climate-related aid, allows tracking of mainstreaming and multiple objectives • Comprehensive climate-related flows for bilateral ODA, partial data for multilateral ODA, limited information for bilateral OOF • Joint ENVIRONET & WP-STAT Task Team on Improving Rio markers • DAC work stream to extend coverage to Non-ODA
  • 12. THANK YOU! For more information: Stephanie.OCKENDEN@oecd.org OECD DCD Environment and Development Homepage www.oecd.org/dac/environment-development OECD DAC-CRS - Methods and data on climate change financing www.oecd.org/dac/stats/rioconventions.htm

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