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Item 5.3 EBRD experience

  1. 1. ERBD experience in mobilising finance for SDG 6 24 November 2020
  2. 2. Where we are 6 January, 2021 2
  3. 3. Green Building green, sustainable market economies which preserve the environment and protect the interests of future generations. Resilient Building resilient market economies that can withstand turbulence and shocks. Inclusive Building inclusive market economies which ensure equal economic opportunity for all and leave no group behind. Integrated Building geographically integrated domestic and international markets for goods, services, capital and labour. Well-governed Promoting the rule of law, transparency, and accountability, and stimulating firms to adequately safeguard and balance the interests of their stakeholders. Competitive Building dynamic and open markets that stimulate competition, entrepreneurship and productivity growth. Our transition qualities 6 January, 2021 3
  4. 4. Alignment to UN Sustainable Development Goals 6 January, 2021 4 Competitive Well-governed Green Inclusive Resilient Integrated Industry, commerce, agribusiness Sustainable infrastructure Financial institutions Six EBRD qualities of a sustainable market economy Three EBRD sector groups
  5. 5. Green Economy Transition and Methodology 6 January, 2021 5 https://www.ebrd.com/what-we-do/get.html • Green Economy Transition 2021 – 2025 • Increasing green financing to more than 50 per cent of its annual business volume by 2025 • Adopting a systemic approach in supporting the transition to low- carbon and resilient economies. • SDG 6 in thematic areas: Natural Capital • GET Handbook: Water-related impact indicators
  6. 6. GET themes and indicators 6 January, 2021 6 Climate Resilience Indicators GET Topic Indicator Unit Water efficiency Annual water savings m3/year Drinking water Annual volume of clean and good-quality water (EU- or WHO-compliant) and/or number of people benefiting m3/year number of people connected Wastewater Volume of wastewater treated (effluent quality EU- compliant) and/or wastewater avoided or reduced m3/year Ecosystems Size of the ecosystem area restored or having improved resilience or reduced degradation hectare or m2 Examples of GET Indicators Key indicator • (m3/tonne) water consumption per unit product processed Specific physical outcomes • (m3/tonne) water consumption per unit product processed • (m3/ha/yr) water consumption per unit land irrigated • (m3/tonne) water consumption per unit yield • (m3/MWh) water consumption per unit energy generated • (m3/capita) water consumption per capita • (m3/m2/yr) water consumption per square metre • (m3/MWh) water consumption per unit heat generated • (m3/tonne) wastewater discharged per unit product • (tonne/m3) crop yield per unit water Climate analytics: • Addressing the context of water risk
  7. 7. Municipal water services and corporate water use 7 Access to water services • Municipal infrastructure projects • GET Water and Wastewater Offerings Corporate water risk • Operational efficiency • Basin sustainability 6 January, 2021 Improving climate governance • Green cities action plans • Low carbon and climate-resilient roadmaps Improving climate governance • Corporate water management plan • Low carbon and climate-resilient roadmaps
  8. 8. Contacts 6 January 2021 21 Claudia Neuschulz Analyst, Sustainable Resource Investments - Water Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Email: neuschuc@ebrd.com EBRD, One Exchange Square London, EC2A 2JN United Kingdom www.ebrd.com Find us on social media https://www.ebrdgreencities.com/ http://fintecc.ebrd.com/about.html
  9. 9. EBRD’S 2021-25 GREEN ECONOMY TRANSITION APPROACH 9 • Investments will be checked to ensure they are aligned with the Paris Agreement. • Screening direct EBRD investments will start in 2021; for all other financing to be phased-in from 2022. • Policy engagements that focus on long-term and low-carbon strategies and greening financial systems • Building capacity and awareness for climate risk management • Taking account of Just transition approaches • Scaling up efforts to mobilise climate finance. Focus across intervention areas to increase scale and foster innovation • Green Financial Systems • Industrial Decarbonisation • Energy Systems Integration • Sustainable Connectivity • Cities & Environmental Infrastructure • Green Buildings • Sustainable Food Systems • Natural Capital With cross-cutting themes being energy efficiency and climate adaptation The GET aims to accelerate the transition to green, low-carbon and resilient economies, and to contribute to achieving a net zero carbon world by 2050. Paris Alignment Policy Engagemen t Thematic Areas Green finance ratio target of over 50% of the Bank’s annual investments by 2025. At least 25 million tonnes of GHG emissions avoided over the same period.
  10. 10. GET BUILDS ON A TRACK RECORD OF FINANCING GREEN INVESTMENTS 10 26% of 2012 ABI 34% of 2014 ABI Target >50% of ABI by 2025 46% of 2019 ABI 1994 - 2005 2006 - 2012 2013 - 2014 2015 - 2020 2021 - 2025 Establishment of an energy efficiency banking team and financing of energy efficiency Systematic focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy Expanding to climate resilience and resource efficiency Including other environmental projects Focus on low-carbon roadmaps, climate corporate governance and green finance innovation €35 billion in 2,000 green projects since 2006

Editor's Notes

  • https://www.ebrd.com/where-we-are.html
  • https://www.ebrd.com/our-values/transition.html
  • From resource efficiency to systems
  • Overview: indicators on understanding water use and water management (municipal and industrial systems)
    Outlook: GET 2.1 Water systems – Exploring to add other water indicators – water risk metric in particular
  • Evolution from resource efficiency to systems

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