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Transparency of climate finance provided and mobilised - lessons from experience, Jérôme Brouillet CCXG GF September 2016 Breakout D

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Transparency of climate finance provided and mobilised - lessons from experience by Jérôme Brouillet CCXG GF September 2016 Breakout D

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Transparency of climate finance provided and mobilised - lessons from experience, Jérôme Brouillet CCXG GF September 2016 Breakout D

  1. 1. Transparency of climate finance provided and mobilised – lessons from experience Nos valeurs : l'ouverture, la loyauté, l'engagement, l'esprit d'équipe
  2. 2. French experience with reporting finance provided and mobilised  European framework :  mechanism for monitoring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions and for reporting other information at national and Union level relevant to climate change  annual reporting  From BR1 to BR2  Reporting on finance provided : appendix describing the methodology used was added in BR2  First reporting on finance mobilised in BR2 on the basis of a study commissioned by the French Treasury: Limited to three French bilateral instruments Guarantees were not included Transparency of climate finance provided and mobilised – lessons from experience2 19 septembre 2016
  3. 3. Challenges  Ensuring consistency  evolution of methodologies under the OECD-DAC to avoid duplications of efforts for our institutions  the work undertaken by IDFC and the MDBs to ensure comparability and avoid double counting  Reporting on finance mobilised  Transitioning from a one-shot study to a durable and regular exercise  Broadening the scope : in terms of institutions and instruments covered ; in terms of policy intervention (technical assistance) Transparency of climate finance provided and mobilised – lessons from experience3 19 septembre 2016
  4. 4. Conclusion – collective reporting  Collective reporting - advantages  limit double counting  no need to attribute finance mobilised  Many challenges  agree on common methodologies  reporting to the UNFCCC  consistency between collective reporting and individual reporting Transparency of climate finance provided and mobilised – lessons from experience4 19 septembre 2016

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