Financial Mechanisms

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Presentation
AWG-LCA14 SideEvent,Panama City,Panama
This presentation presents the preliminary results of the IGES research on the measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) of support and looks at the elements of funding support, capacity building, and technology development/transfer, which make up support for developing countries. It also gives a broad overview of the development of the...
Presentation
Regional Consultations on Climate Change Financing, Singapore
The presentation, served as an input to the design process of the Green Climate Fund, explores and discusses different optons and modalities of access modality, and evaluates challenges and opportunites for each option presented.
Presentation
International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific (ISAP) 2011
Author:
Makoto
Kato
This presentation presents the preliminary results of the IGES research on the measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) of support and looks at the elements of funding support, capacity building, and technology development/transfer, which make up support for developing countries. It also gives a broad overview of the development of the...
Issue Brief
IGES Briefing Notes on the Post-2012 Climate Regime
This Briefing Notes suggests that adaptation costs are going to be huge in Asia as elsewhere. Hence, a mix of pubic and private funding is to be promoted in the future climate regime. The negotiations should aim at achieving additional and sustainable finances for adaptation with developing countries having larger stakes in its management and...
Presentation

Designing Financial Architecture for Climate Change beyond 2012: Issues, Perspectives and Way Forward

IGES-NIES-UN ESCAP Policy Forum on Towards a Copenhagen Consensus: Opportunities and Challenges, Kyoto, Japan
Conference Proceeding
The development of financial mechanisms for urban environmental improvement is an innovative direction that has been receiving increasing attention from local governments. Strategies are necessary to encourage public initiatives and promote private sector participation in financing urban environmental infrastructure. Towards this end, the second...