Aid Effectiveness for Climate Compatible Development: What can we learn from experience in Indonesia, Bangladesh and Grenada?
Developing countries need significant funding to build more climate-resilient, low-carbon economies. Much of this funding may come from international sources. How are developing and developed countries - and international institutions - working in partnership to disburse climate finance effectively? What's required to make climate finance fair, transparent and accountable? CDKN, WRI and the International Development Law Organisation (IDLO) have produced a set of briefings - the "Inside Stories on Climate Compatible Development" - that explore different countries' experiences in designing and delivering climate compatible development. Case studies from Indonesia, Bangladesh and Grenada highlight the knotty questions and stakeholder dynamics involved in disbursing climate finance. They offer important lessons for other countries – recipient and donor alike – in how to structure and govern climate finance flows.
Read more details about the "Inside Stories" at /publications/inside-stories or https://cdkn.org/inside-stories.
Our featured speakers include:
Jennifer Morgan, Director of Climate and Energy Program, WRI
Welcome and introduction
Ari Huhtala, Director of Policy and Programmes, CDKN
Introduction to CDKN's approach, and the big picture of climate finance in developing countries
Frances Seymour, Senior Advisor, Packard Foundation
Aid effectiveness in the context of Indonesia's logging moratorium.
Clifford Polycarp, Senior Associate, International Financial Flows and Environment, WRI
Institutions for climate aid effectiveness - the case of Bangladesh.
Sarah Mason-Case, Legal Officer, Legal Preparedness for Climate Change and Legal Preparedness for the Green Economy Initiatives, IDLO
Technical and financial support for mainstreaming climate resilience into development in Grenada.