Paying for the Paris Agreement: Governments Share Lessons Learned
Now that many countries have gone through the processes of updating and submitting their NDCs, their work turns from setting high-level targets to determining how to finance them.
No two NDCs are alike, which means every country will draw upon a different set of instruments to finance its climate action. Moreover, developed countries must meet commitments for concessional finance. But all countries must plan for, implement and monitor their progress.
To help countries navigate these challenges, WRI is hosting a webinar to share lessons learned from our recent report Paying for the Paris Agreement. We are joined by a panel of experts from countries that have utilized the instruments necessary to move forward with their commitments.
- Gaia Larsen, World Resources Institute (Moderator)
- Maria Del Pilar Restrepo Orjuela, Climate Finance Leader, Directorate of Environment and Sustainable Development, Colombia
- Victoria Buscio, Lead Advisor of the Sovereign Debt Management Office (DMO) at the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Uruguay
- Dipak Patel, Head of Climate Finance & Innovation, Presidential Climate Commission, South Africa
- Carlos Pol, Climate Finance Unit Director - Ministry of Finance, Economic Development, and Investment, Belize
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