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Dissemination activities and outreach for OECD report "Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth"

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In 2017 the OECD undertook a major project on the economic growth and investment implications of the transition to a low-carbon, climate resilient economy in the context of the German G20 Presidency. The resulting report "Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth" provides an analysis of how climate goals can be achieved while simultaneously spurring economic growth, competitiveness and well-being. Combining strong climate action with fiscal and structural reforms will boost growth in both the short and long term. For more information see: http://oe.cd/g20climate

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Dissemination activities and outreach for OECD report "Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth"

  1. 1. Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth An OECD report for the German G20 Presidency D I S S E M I N A T I O N A C T I V I T I E S A N D O U T R E A C H
  2. 2. Berlin, Germany – 23 May 2017 At the PetersbergClimateDialogue, the OECD Secretary- General Angel Gurría delivered the reportInvesting in Climate, Investing in Growth to Chancellor Angela Merkel. PETERSBERG CLIMATE DIALOGUE The event was attended by over 40 ministers and high- level representatives from all G20 members and a number of other countries.
  3. 3. OECD GREEN TALKS LIVE 22 June 2017 OECD Environment Director Simon Upton presented key findings from the report during a Green Talks LIVE webinar.
  4. 4. G20 HAMBURG SUMMIT Hamburg, Germany – 7-8 July 2017 At the 12thG20Summithosted in Hamburg, the OECD report Investing in Climate Investing Growth was recognised and welcomed in the G20 Leaders’ Declaration, which is a strong endorsement of the message that climate and growth policies must go hand-in-hand.
  5. 5. SEMINARS IN SOUTH AFRICA Cape Town & Pretoria, South Africa – 24 & 25 July 2017 A seminar co-organised by the OECD and the EnergyResearchCentreofthe UniversityofCapeTowntook place on 24 July 2017. The seminar was opened by Professor Harald Winkler, Director at the Energy Research Centre. The key findings of the report and their relevance for the economic situation and policy context of South Africa were presented by Simon Buckle, Head of the Climate, Biodiversity and Water Division of the OECD. South Africa hosted an OECDWeek in July, which featured a number of high- level events: Another seminar was organised at the UniversityofSouthAfricain Pretoria on 25 July with representatives from government, academia, business and civil society, to solicit views and inputs on opportunities and challenges faced by South Africa in its transition to a low-carbon economy. The event was opened by the OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría. 
  6. 6. INFRAINVEST: SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR BRAZIL Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 25 July 2017 Anthony Cox, Deputy Director of the OECD Environment Directorate, presented key findings from Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth at an event organised by the IDB (Inter-American Development Bank) with BNDES (Brazilian Development Bank) and UNEP in RiodeJaneiro.
  7. 7. OECD CLIMATE LECTURE Toronto, Canada – 1 November 2017 On 1 November the OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría delivered his third climate talk, entitled "ClimateAction:TimeforImplementation". The lecture, hosted by the UniversityofTorontoMunkSchoolofGlobalAffairs, looked at progress made since the Paris Agreement and called countries to go beyond narrow national policy agendas to curb global emissions and reduce climate risks. It also featured messages from the report Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth. 
  8. 8. IDFC CLIMATE FINANCE FORUM Frankfurt, Germany – 11 November 2017 The InternationalDevelopmentFinanceClub(IDFC)– a network of national development banks from around the world – hosted its flagship annual Climate Finance Forum in the margins of COP23.  Discussions focused on ensuring that the decisions we make today are compatible with longer-term climate mitigation and adaptation objectives. Anthony Cox, Acting Director of the OECD Environment Directorate, highlighted key findings of the report. 
  9. 9. OECD SIDE EVENTS AT COP23 Bonn, Germany – 6-17 November 2017 The OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20 Gabriela Ramos highlighted  how climate action can support economic growth during a COP23side event organised by the German Federal Chancellery on "KeyresultsoftheGermanG20Presidencyandthewayforward toArgentinain2018".
  10. 10. OECD SIDE EVENTS AT COP23 Bonn, Germany – 6-17 November 2017 The German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMUB) and the OECD convened a high-level event on 14 November entitled "Initiatingajusttransitiontoalow-carbon,climate-resilient future:Implicationsforoursocieties,economies,infrastructureandpolicychoices". The discussion highlighted key results from the report Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth.  High- level participants included the Environment Ministers of Germany and Argentina, the Japanese Vice-Minister for Global Environmental Affairs and the General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC).
  11. 11. WORLD CLIMATE SUMMIT Bonn, Germany – 14-16 November 2017 The OECD participated in a session of the WorldClimateSummit, one of the largest business and investment forums organised during COP23. Anthony Cox, Acting Director of the OECD Environment Directorate, presented key findings of the report during the session "NoMoreBusinessAs Usual:SeizingOpportunitiesin theNewClimateEconomy".
  12. 12. SEMINAR IN INDONESIA Jakarta, Indonesia – 30 November 2017 The event brought together representatives from the government, academia, industry and civil society. It took place in conjunction with a workshop on the OECD's Green Growth Policy review (GGPR) of Indonesia. The OECD organised a seminar to address how Indonesia’s growth agenda could take into account the country’s low-carbon transition objectives. 
  13. 13. SEMINAR ON OPPORTUNITIES AND OBSTACLES ALONG THE 2 DEGREES PATHWAY Stockholm, Sweden – 6 December 2017 Based on the OECD reportInvesting in Climate, Investing in Growth, a seminar on "Opportunitiesand obstaclesalongthe2degree pathway" was organised by the Swedish Scientific Council on Sustainable Development (VRHU), the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and the Mistra Geopolitics Programme. OECD Environment Acting Director Anthony Cox discussed the climate, development and growth nexus. Discussions further explored the economic and geopolitical challenges for transformation pathways around the world that are consistent with the ambition to stay well below 2° C. (c) Annika Markovic
  14. 14. SEMINAR: PURSUING A LOW-CARBON GROWTH AGENDA IN CHINA Beijing, China – 12 December 2017 The seminar, organised by the OECD and the EmbassyofGermanyin Beijing, addressed how China’s growth agenda can effectively take into account the country’s low- carbon transition objectives.  Participants - representatives from government, academia, industry and civil society - also  provided valuable insights from China’s efforts in integrating environmental and sustainable development goals in the Belt and Road initiative. Sessions explored the role of technology, innovation and finance as well as investment in modern, smart and clean infrastructure.
  15. 15. ONE PLANET SUMMIT Paris, France – 12 December 2017 At the OnePlanetSummit, OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría emphasised how countries can achieve strong and inclusive economic growth while reorienting their economies towards low- emission, climate-resilient development pathways. The OECD launched the ParisCollaborative onGreenBudgeting, an initiative designed to support governments to embed Paris Agreement commitments and other green objectives within national budgeting and policy frameworks.
  16. 16. SEMINAR: PURSUING A LOW-CARBON GROWTH AGENDA IN INDONESIA Jakarta, Indonesia – 20 December 2017 The workshop was held as part of the "VoyagetoIndonesia" seminar on urbanization organised by the Ministry of Finance of Indonesia, and explored the opportunities and challenges the country is facing in its transition to a low-carbon economy.
  17. 17. SEMINAR ON PURSUING A NEW GROWTH AGENDA Washington DC, United States – 18 January 2018 A seminar on "Pursuinganewgrowthagenda" at the BrookingsInstitutein WashingtonDCgathered around 40 participants from government, think tanks, international organisations and embassies. 
  18. 18. OECD MEXICO FORUM 2018: A FUTURE WITH GROWTH AND INCLUSION Mexico City, Mexico – 12-13 March 2018 Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20, presented the report and participated in a panel on “InvestinginClimateforGrowth:FromRecommendationsto Action” at the OECD Mexico Forum in Mexico City on March 13. The session also featured remarks from Mario Molina, a Noble-prize-winning chemist, as well as high-level representatives from the Mexican Government, UNEP and the private sector. 
  19. 19. LECTURE AT THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Canberra, Australia – 19 March 2018 Anthony Cox, Acting Director of the OECD Environment Directorate, presented key findings of the report during a lecture delivered at the ClimateChangeInstituteoftheAustralianNational University. The lecture, entitled "ClimateandGrowth:AnOECDperspectiveonthefuturewe need", laid out the economic case for integrating climate policy into the heart of mainstream economic policy. The presentation was followed by a panel discussion with Dr Emma Aisbett and Dr Robert Constanza from the university's Crawford School of Public Policy. (c)Bec Golvin (c) Bec Golvin
  20. 20. If you are interested in organising a seminar, workshop or presentation, please contact KateEklin: kate.eklin@oecd.org For more information and to access the full publication, see: http://oe.cd/g20climate Dissemination events and activities will continue in 2018. 

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