SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 12
Download to read offline
Climate Change
Expert Group
Key Takeaways from the
CCXG Global Forum on the Environment
and Climate Change
_____
3-4 April 2024
Taking forward the outcome of the GST1 to inform enhanced NDCs
• Translating the signals in the GST1 into efforts at the national level is not straightforward, and
follow-up will be crucial. Available follow-up opportunities to inform enhanced NDCs at the
technical level (e.g. GST dialogue, mitigation work programme, just transition work programme)
and the political level (e.g. under the troika of COP Presidencies) need to be effectively utilised.
• Continuity is important as Parties need to both implement their current NDCs to deliver enhanced
efforts in this critical decade while preparing ambitious new NDCs to drive action to 2035,
alongside ongoing discussions on means of implementation and finance.
• In preparing their next NDCs, Parties can build on experiences with successive NDCs, draw on
insights from the preparation of their first biennial transparency reports (BTRs) and discussions
at GST1 technical dialogues while engaging closely with relevant non-Party stakeholders to
support delivery on the ground.
Insights from Paris-consistent global emissions pathways for
enhanced NDCs
• In preparing their next NDCs, Parties can undertake bottom-up modelling approaches and
analyses to develop national mitigation pathways that respond to the global calls in the GST1.
• Continued in-country modelling support to develop national mitigation pathways that reflect
global benchmarks also provide an opportunity for countries to align their NDCs with their long-
term low emission development strategies (LT-LEDS), as called for in the GST1.
• Equity, both between countries and within countries, is a key consideration in translating global
calls to the national level and enhancing NDCs to Paris-consistent levels. Different tools and
approaches are available to better integrate equity considerations in global pathways and in
bottom-up approaches for NDCs.
Insights for preparing NDCs aligned with the outcome of GST1
• Some countries are undertaking steps to align their current or new NDCs with their LT-LEDS
and/or with the 1.5oC global temperature goal as called for in the GST1, drawing on
recommendations from independent scientific advice, national modelling assessments, and
support from international technical assistance.
• The need for a more balanced approach between mitigation and adaptation is increasingly
recognised, and adaptation measures are included in a growing number of NDCs.
• Key enablers for translating NDCs into action include robust institutional arrangements, legal
instruments and policy frameworks; whole-of-government, whole-of-society approaches to
preparing and implementing NDCs; efforts to cost NDC targets and develop investment plans to
unlock needed finance.
Translating global renewables and energy efficiency calls from
GST1 in NDCs (I)
• While tripling renewable energy capacity globally by 2030 is technically feasible, achieving this
goal will require immediate additional efforts, with potentials varying across countries depending
on different starting points and national circumstances.
• Key challenges to expanding renewable energy capacities at the pace and scale required
include time-consuming infrastructure development, social acceptance issues, inadequate
financing, and high costs of capital, especially in developing countries.
• Doubling the global average rate of energy efficiency improvements by 2030 offers substantial
benefits, including job creation and reduced energy bills. While achieving a continuous doubling
of efficiency rates will be challenging, there are best practices to build on that combine
regulation, information and incentives with robust implementation and enforcement mechanisms.
Translating global renewables and energy efficiency calls from
GST1 in NDCs (II)
• Several countries are already working to strengthen their efforts on renewable energy and
energy efficiency motivated by various factors, including economic concerns.
• Unlocking investments, including in supporting infrastructure and technologies, is critical for
implementing more ambitious renewables and energy efficiency measures and can be facilitated
by strategic engagement with the private sector, investors and relevant international
organisations.
• Securing social acceptance and buy-in through strong and inclusive consultation processes that
engage all relevant actors are important enablers for scaling up renewable energy and energy
efficiency measures.
Exploring potential guidance on NDC features
• Any guidance on NDC features needs to respect the nationally determined character of NDCs
and cannot be prescriptive.
• The negotiations on features provide an opportunity to create a common understanding of what
“features” of NDCs are and clarify the distinction with other aspects relating to NDCs, including
reporting and transparency issues.
• Given the timing, any potential outcome of the negotiations on features is unlikely to have a
significant impact on the next round of NDCs due in 2025 but could be approached with a longer-
term perspective.
Taking forward COP28 and GST1 outcomes on climate finance
• The GST1 outcomes reiterate the pressing need for international cooperation on financing
climate action, with clear messages on scaling up provision and mobilisation, the diversity of
actors involved and the importance of creating incentives and fostering enabling environments to
facilitate private sector engagement.
• The GST1 reiterates the IPCC finding that, in principle, sufficient capital is available in the
financial system to bridge the climate finance gap. While the UNFCCC process cannot prescribe
roles to all relevant actors, it can provide clear signals to help steer changes in behaviour needed
from the wider set of financing actors.
• The NCQG is a critical next step to take forward the GST1 outcomes and support ambitious
NDCs. There is a need to intensify efforts to deliver a nuanced approach that can help address
the quality of climate finance, particularly for vulnerable and low-income countries, ensure
climate finance does not jeopardise debt sustainability, address barriers to access, and
effectively allocate resources according to needs, while not overburdening the decision.
Empirical evidence on needs, sources, and actors for the NCQG
• Effectively addressing the climate finance gap necessitates a strategic matching of climate
finance needs with the comparative advantages and combined roles of different actors and
sources of finance.
• Such matching requires clear information on needs and priorities of developing countries, as well
as an understanding of the varying motivations driving different sources of finance, such as
propensity to risk or prioritisation of development objectives.
• In addition to increasing the volumes of climate finance, it is key to ensure efficiency and impact
in utilising climate finance resources. Capacity building will be essential for accurately costing
needs and navigating diverse finance sources.
Exploring the structure and key elements of the NCQG
• The NCQG has the potential to play an important role within the global financial architecture,
notably in providing signals to relevant actors, sources of finance, and policy makers.
• The NCQG could be designed with a multi-layered approach that addresses different sources of
finance. Alternative structures, for instance, based on climate themes (mitigation, adaptation,
loss and damage) could, in practice, be combined with this approach. At the same time, it is
important for the goal to avoid too many sub-targets or details that may hinder its
implementation.
• Building on lessons learned from the shortcomings of the USD 100 Billion goal, the NCQG could
integrate further qualitative elements to enhance the effectiveness of climate finance. These can
include incentives for increased capacity building, technology transfer, and policy frameworks
conducive to enabling environments.
Possible targets and indicators for different elements of the NCQG
• Notwithstanding the final scope of the NCQG, a range of different indicators are likely to be
necessary. While core monetary indicators will be needed, the possibility to also rely on other
types of metrics or information (e.g., ease of access, type of policies implemented to facilitate
private sector investment) presents an opportunity to capture at least some of the dimensions for
improving the impacts and effectiveness of climate finance.
• The Paris Agreement’s Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) will represent a key source of
information to track progress towards the NCQG, but it will likely need to be complemented with
other data and information sources.
• While transparency arrangements will likely only be defined once the goal is set, reflecting on
what types of indicators and data can be used to track progress towards the goal while
negotiating and designing it can help to identify more practical and concrete options for
structuring the goal.
THANK YOU!
Climate Change
Expert Group
http://oe.cd/ccxg

More Related Content

Similar to CCXG global forum, April 2025, Key takeaways

22.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 1
22.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 122.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 1
22.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 1NAP Events
 
CCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key TakeawaysCCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key TakeawaysOECD Environment
 
CCXG Forum, September 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG Forum, September 2020, Key TakeawaysCCXG Forum, September 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG Forum, September 2020, Key TakeawaysOECD Environment
 
CCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeaways
CCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeawaysCCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeaways
CCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeawaysOECD Environment
 
CCXG global forum, April 2024, Sirini Jeudy-Hugo
CCXG global forum, April 2024,  Sirini Jeudy-HugoCCXG global forum, April 2024,  Sirini Jeudy-Hugo
CCXG global forum, April 2024, Sirini Jeudy-HugoOECD Environment
 
Group-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptx
Group-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptxGroup-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptx
Group-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptxYeasarJahin
 
Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)
Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)
Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)NewClimate Institute
 
CCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin Mattis
CCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin MattisCCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin Mattis
CCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin MattisOECD Environment
 
ACT implementation strategy
ACT implementation strategyACT implementation strategy
ACT implementation strategyNAP Events
 
CCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos Monterrey
CCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos MonterreyCCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos Monterrey
CCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos MonterreyOECD Environment
 
HUB CC final print version english
HUB CC final print version englishHUB CC final print version english
HUB CC final print version englishCédric van Riel
 
Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014
Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014
Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014OECD Environment
 
Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...
Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...
Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...OECD Environment
 
Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014
Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014
Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014OECD Environment
 
1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...
1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...
1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...OECD Environment
 
Global NDC Conference Report
Global NDC Conference ReportGlobal NDC Conference Report
Global NDC Conference ReportUNDP Climate
 
NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...
NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...
NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...UNDP Climate
 
Outcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, Berlin
Outcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, BerlinOutcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, Berlin
Outcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, BerlinGlobal Initiatives
 

Similar to CCXG global forum, April 2025, Key takeaways (20)

22.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 1
22.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 122.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 1
22.0a opm managing finance nap ws manila june 2017 part 1
 
CCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key TakeawaysCCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG, Forum, March 2020, Key Takeaways
 
CCXG Forum, September 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG Forum, September 2020, Key TakeawaysCCXG Forum, September 2020, Key Takeaways
CCXG Forum, September 2020, Key Takeaways
 
CCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeaways
CCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeawaysCCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeaways
CCXG Forum, June 2020, Key takeaways
 
CCXG global forum, April 2024, Sirini Jeudy-Hugo
CCXG global forum, April 2024,  Sirini Jeudy-HugoCCXG global forum, April 2024,  Sirini Jeudy-Hugo
CCXG global forum, April 2024, Sirini Jeudy-Hugo
 
Group-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptx
Group-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptxGroup-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptx
Group-2 powerpoint ENV 5304.pptx
 
Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)
Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)
Overviews on the implementation of NDCs on a sectoral level (Innovate4Climate)
 
CCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin Mattis
CCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin MattisCCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin Mattis
CCXG Forum, September 2023, Colin Mattis
 
ACT implementation strategy
ACT implementation strategyACT implementation strategy
ACT implementation strategy
 
CCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos Monterrey
CCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos MonterreyCCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos Monterrey
CCXG Forum, September 2021, Juan Carlos Monterrey
 
HUB CC final print version english
HUB CC final print version englishHUB CC final print version english
HUB CC final print version english
 
Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014
Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014
Finance adaptation khan(dhaka university) ccxg gf-sep2014
 
Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...
Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...
Increased Ambition and Updated NDCs, Angela Churie Kallhauge - Head, Carbon P...
 
Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014
Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014
Climate finance and 2015(williams) ccxg gf sep2014
 
1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...
1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...
1st FGD OECD Guidance on Transition Finance - Elia Trippel & Valentina Belles...
 
Financing for Sustainable Development
Financing for Sustainable DevelopmentFinancing for Sustainable Development
Financing for Sustainable Development
 
Global NDC Conference Report
Global NDC Conference ReportGlobal NDC Conference Report
Global NDC Conference Report
 
NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...
NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...
NAP-Ag - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning ins...
 
Outcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, Berlin
Outcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, BerlinOutcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, Berlin
Outcome Report: B4E Global Summit 2012, Berlin
 
Climate Finance from COP21
Climate Finance from COP21Climate Finance from COP21
Climate Finance from COP21
 

More from OECD Environment

OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...
OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...
OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...OECD Environment
 
Detlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdf
Detlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdfDetlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdf
Detlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdfOECD Environment
 
Thomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdf
Thomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdfThomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdf
Thomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdfOECD Environment
 
Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...
Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...
Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...OECD Environment
 
Astrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdf
Astrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdfAstrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdf
Astrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdfOECD Environment
 
Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...
Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...
Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...OECD Environment
 
Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...
Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...
Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...OECD Environment
 
Laurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdf
Laurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdfLaurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdf
Laurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdfOECD Environment
 
Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...
Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...
Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...OECD Environment
 
HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...
HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...
HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...OECD Environment
 
GREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdf
GREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdfGREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdf
GREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdfOECD Environment
 
Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...
Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...
Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...OECD Environment
 
CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...
CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...
CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...OECD Environment
 
Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...
Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...
Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...OECD Environment
 
Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...
Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...
Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...OECD Environment
 
Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...
Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...
Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...OECD Environment
 
How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...
How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...
How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...OECD Environment
 
APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...
APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...
APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...OECD Environment
 
The U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGES
The U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGESThe U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGES
The U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGESOECD Environment
 
Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study: ...
Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study:  ...Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study:  ...
Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study: ...OECD Environment
 

More from OECD Environment (20)

OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...
OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...
OECD Green Talks LIVE | Diving deeper: the evolving landscape for assessing w...
 
Detlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdf
Detlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdfDetlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdf
Detlef Van Vuuren- Integrated modelling for interrelated crises.pdf
 
Thomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdf
Thomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdfThomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdf
Thomas Hertel- Integrated Policies for the Triple Planetary Crisis.pdf
 
Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...
Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...
Jon Sampedro - Assessing synergies and trade offs for health and sustainable ...
 
Astrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdf
Astrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdfAstrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdf
Astrid Bos - Identifying trade offs & searching for synergies.pdf
 
Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...
Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...
Ruth Delzeit - Modelling environmental and socio-economic impacts of cropland...
 
Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...
Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...
Wilfried Winiwarter - Implementing nitrogen pollution control pathways in the...
 
Laurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdf
Laurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdfLaurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdf
Laurent Drouet - Physical and Economic Risks of Climate Change.pdf
 
Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...
Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...
Shinichiro Fujimori - Biodiversity modeling in AIM (Asia pacific Integrated M...
 
HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...
HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...
HyeJin Kim and Simon Smart - The biodiversity nexus across multiple drivers: ...
 
GREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdf
GREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdfGREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdf
GREEN Action Task Force - Full Presentations.pdf
 
Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...
Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...
Case Study: Peptides-based Plant Protection Product (harpin proteins*) by Ros...
 
CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...
CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...
CLE Contribution on the Assessment of Innovative Biochemicals in the EU Statu...
 
Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...
Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...
Additional Considerations for Pesticide Formulations Containing Microbial Pes...
 
Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...
Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...
Role of genome sequencing (WGS) in microbial biopesticides safety assessment ...
 
Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...
Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...
Considerations for Problem Formulation for Human Health Safety Assessments of...
 
How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...
How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...
How to Identify and Quantify Mixtures What is Essential to Know for Risk Asse...
 
APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...
APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...
APVMA outcome-focussed approach to data requirements to support registration ...
 
The U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGES
The U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGESThe U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGES
The U.S. Perspective on Problem Formulation for Biopesticides: Shannon BORGES
 
Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study: ...
Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study:  ...Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study:  ...
Problem formulation for environmental risk assessment – Finnish case study: ...
 

Recently uploaded

Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.Christina Parmionova
 
Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...
Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...
Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...poonam rawat$V15
 
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...Amil Baba Dawood bangali
 
Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...
Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...
Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...CIFOR-ICRAF
 
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...Muhammad Hashim
 
Heavy metals with their causes and effect.ppt
Heavy metals with their causes and effect.pptHeavy metals with their causes and effect.ppt
Heavy metals with their causes and effect.pptSycoQueen11
 
Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...
Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...
Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...CIFOR-ICRAF
 
Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...
Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...
Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...geetagrag1
 
Yil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery Newsletter
Yil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery NewsletterYil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery Newsletter
Yil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery NewsletterNisqually River Council
 
Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...
Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...
Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...Open Access Research Paper
 
Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...
Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...
Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...Payal Garg #K09
 
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...Mark Jaeno P. Duyan
 
Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...
Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...
Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...Ange Felix NSANZIYERA
 
Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...
Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...
Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...poonam rawat$V15
 
Production, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollen
Production, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollenProduction, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollen
Production, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollenSangram Sahoo
 
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An Introduction
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An IntroductionFuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An Introduction
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An IntroductionGlenn Rambach
 
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG LonderangPeat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG LonderangCIFOR-ICRAF
 
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 

Recently uploaded (20)

Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
 
Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...
Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...
Book ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl Servi...
 
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
 
Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...
Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...
Coastal and mangrove vulnerability assessment In the Northern Coast of Java, ...
 
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
 
Heavy metals with their causes and effect.ppt
Heavy metals with their causes and effect.pptHeavy metals with their causes and effect.ppt
Heavy metals with their causes and effect.ppt
 
Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...
Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...
Sungsang Mangrove Restoration and Ecotourism (SMART): A participatory action ...
 
Jumping Scales and Producing peripheries.pptx
Jumping Scales and Producing peripheries.pptxJumping Scales and Producing peripheries.pptx
Jumping Scales and Producing peripheries.pptx
 
Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...
Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...
Unsatisfied Bhabhi ℂall Girls Rajkot Book Esha 7877925207 Top Class ℂall Girl...
 
Yil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery Newsletter
Yil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery NewsletterYil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery Newsletter
Yil Me Hu Summer 2023 Edition - Nisqually Salmon Recovery Newsletter
 
Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...
Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...
Removal of Fe in well water using surface flow constructed wetland system wit...
 
Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...
Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...
Mature Women / Aunty ℂall Girl Ahmedabad Book Esha 6378878445 Top Class ℂall ...
 
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
 
Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...
Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...
Principles of spatial planning- There are four spatial principles, which are ...
 
Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...
Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...
Oral Sex ℂall Girls Navi Mumbai Hire Me Neha 9910780858 Top Class ℂall Girl S...
 
Production, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollen
Production, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollenProduction, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollen
Production, dispersal, sedimentation and taphonomy of spores/pollen
 
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An Introduction
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An IntroductionFuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An Introduction
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in Transportation - An Introduction
 
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG LonderangPeat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
 
Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)
Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)
Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)
 
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
 

CCXG global forum, April 2025, Key takeaways

  • 1. Climate Change Expert Group Key Takeaways from the CCXG Global Forum on the Environment and Climate Change _____ 3-4 April 2024
  • 2. Taking forward the outcome of the GST1 to inform enhanced NDCs • Translating the signals in the GST1 into efforts at the national level is not straightforward, and follow-up will be crucial. Available follow-up opportunities to inform enhanced NDCs at the technical level (e.g. GST dialogue, mitigation work programme, just transition work programme) and the political level (e.g. under the troika of COP Presidencies) need to be effectively utilised. • Continuity is important as Parties need to both implement their current NDCs to deliver enhanced efforts in this critical decade while preparing ambitious new NDCs to drive action to 2035, alongside ongoing discussions on means of implementation and finance. • In preparing their next NDCs, Parties can build on experiences with successive NDCs, draw on insights from the preparation of their first biennial transparency reports (BTRs) and discussions at GST1 technical dialogues while engaging closely with relevant non-Party stakeholders to support delivery on the ground.
  • 3. Insights from Paris-consistent global emissions pathways for enhanced NDCs • In preparing their next NDCs, Parties can undertake bottom-up modelling approaches and analyses to develop national mitigation pathways that respond to the global calls in the GST1. • Continued in-country modelling support to develop national mitigation pathways that reflect global benchmarks also provide an opportunity for countries to align their NDCs with their long- term low emission development strategies (LT-LEDS), as called for in the GST1. • Equity, both between countries and within countries, is a key consideration in translating global calls to the national level and enhancing NDCs to Paris-consistent levels. Different tools and approaches are available to better integrate equity considerations in global pathways and in bottom-up approaches for NDCs.
  • 4. Insights for preparing NDCs aligned with the outcome of GST1 • Some countries are undertaking steps to align their current or new NDCs with their LT-LEDS and/or with the 1.5oC global temperature goal as called for in the GST1, drawing on recommendations from independent scientific advice, national modelling assessments, and support from international technical assistance. • The need for a more balanced approach between mitigation and adaptation is increasingly recognised, and adaptation measures are included in a growing number of NDCs. • Key enablers for translating NDCs into action include robust institutional arrangements, legal instruments and policy frameworks; whole-of-government, whole-of-society approaches to preparing and implementing NDCs; efforts to cost NDC targets and develop investment plans to unlock needed finance.
  • 5. Translating global renewables and energy efficiency calls from GST1 in NDCs (I) • While tripling renewable energy capacity globally by 2030 is technically feasible, achieving this goal will require immediate additional efforts, with potentials varying across countries depending on different starting points and national circumstances. • Key challenges to expanding renewable energy capacities at the pace and scale required include time-consuming infrastructure development, social acceptance issues, inadequate financing, and high costs of capital, especially in developing countries. • Doubling the global average rate of energy efficiency improvements by 2030 offers substantial benefits, including job creation and reduced energy bills. While achieving a continuous doubling of efficiency rates will be challenging, there are best practices to build on that combine regulation, information and incentives with robust implementation and enforcement mechanisms.
  • 6. Translating global renewables and energy efficiency calls from GST1 in NDCs (II) • Several countries are already working to strengthen their efforts on renewable energy and energy efficiency motivated by various factors, including economic concerns. • Unlocking investments, including in supporting infrastructure and technologies, is critical for implementing more ambitious renewables and energy efficiency measures and can be facilitated by strategic engagement with the private sector, investors and relevant international organisations. • Securing social acceptance and buy-in through strong and inclusive consultation processes that engage all relevant actors are important enablers for scaling up renewable energy and energy efficiency measures.
  • 7. Exploring potential guidance on NDC features • Any guidance on NDC features needs to respect the nationally determined character of NDCs and cannot be prescriptive. • The negotiations on features provide an opportunity to create a common understanding of what “features” of NDCs are and clarify the distinction with other aspects relating to NDCs, including reporting and transparency issues. • Given the timing, any potential outcome of the negotiations on features is unlikely to have a significant impact on the next round of NDCs due in 2025 but could be approached with a longer- term perspective.
  • 8. Taking forward COP28 and GST1 outcomes on climate finance • The GST1 outcomes reiterate the pressing need for international cooperation on financing climate action, with clear messages on scaling up provision and mobilisation, the diversity of actors involved and the importance of creating incentives and fostering enabling environments to facilitate private sector engagement. • The GST1 reiterates the IPCC finding that, in principle, sufficient capital is available in the financial system to bridge the climate finance gap. While the UNFCCC process cannot prescribe roles to all relevant actors, it can provide clear signals to help steer changes in behaviour needed from the wider set of financing actors. • The NCQG is a critical next step to take forward the GST1 outcomes and support ambitious NDCs. There is a need to intensify efforts to deliver a nuanced approach that can help address the quality of climate finance, particularly for vulnerable and low-income countries, ensure climate finance does not jeopardise debt sustainability, address barriers to access, and effectively allocate resources according to needs, while not overburdening the decision.
  • 9. Empirical evidence on needs, sources, and actors for the NCQG • Effectively addressing the climate finance gap necessitates a strategic matching of climate finance needs with the comparative advantages and combined roles of different actors and sources of finance. • Such matching requires clear information on needs and priorities of developing countries, as well as an understanding of the varying motivations driving different sources of finance, such as propensity to risk or prioritisation of development objectives. • In addition to increasing the volumes of climate finance, it is key to ensure efficiency and impact in utilising climate finance resources. Capacity building will be essential for accurately costing needs and navigating diverse finance sources.
  • 10. Exploring the structure and key elements of the NCQG • The NCQG has the potential to play an important role within the global financial architecture, notably in providing signals to relevant actors, sources of finance, and policy makers. • The NCQG could be designed with a multi-layered approach that addresses different sources of finance. Alternative structures, for instance, based on climate themes (mitigation, adaptation, loss and damage) could, in practice, be combined with this approach. At the same time, it is important for the goal to avoid too many sub-targets or details that may hinder its implementation. • Building on lessons learned from the shortcomings of the USD 100 Billion goal, the NCQG could integrate further qualitative elements to enhance the effectiveness of climate finance. These can include incentives for increased capacity building, technology transfer, and policy frameworks conducive to enabling environments.
  • 11. Possible targets and indicators for different elements of the NCQG • Notwithstanding the final scope of the NCQG, a range of different indicators are likely to be necessary. While core monetary indicators will be needed, the possibility to also rely on other types of metrics or information (e.g., ease of access, type of policies implemented to facilitate private sector investment) presents an opportunity to capture at least some of the dimensions for improving the impacts and effectiveness of climate finance. • The Paris Agreement’s Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) will represent a key source of information to track progress towards the NCQG, but it will likely need to be complemented with other data and information sources. • While transparency arrangements will likely only be defined once the goal is set, reflecting on what types of indicators and data can be used to track progress towards the goal while negotiating and designing it can help to identify more practical and concrete options for structuring the goal.
  • 12. THANK YOU! Climate Change Expert Group http://oe.cd/ccxg