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Fast-Start Finance Project and Programme Data Set

Fast-Start Finance Project and Programme Data Set

Author: IGES; World Resources Institute; Overseas Development Institute; Climate Advisers and KURAMOCHI Takeshi
Database | 2013/11 | Language: English
Publisher: World Resources Institute, Overseas Development Institute, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Climate Advisers | Copyright: World Resources Institute, Overseas Development Institute, Institute for Global Environmental Strate

This workbook contains data from a detailed review of the 2010-2012 fast-start finance (FSF) contributions of five countries reporting the largest FSF contributions (Germany, Japan, Norway, the UK, and the USA) and from a supplemental review of the remaining FSF contributions from 31 additional countries and the European Commission.

The database is structured around a framework developed by an expert working group under the Open Climate Network and reviewed by a range of government officials, NGO representatives, and other experts. We applied the framework on the basis of official FSF reports to the UNFCCC as well as supplemental information, including project lists provided by contributing countries, government agency web sites, and the OECD DAC CRS database, as described in the table below. For countries other than the top five contributors, we relied exclusively on FSF reports to the UNFCCC.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This data set is Version 2. The data set have been revised to correct a currency conversion error that appeared in the original version.


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EDITOR'S NOTE: This data set is Version 2. The data set have been revised to correct a currency conversion error that appeared in the original version.
Area: Climate and Energy
Task: Future climate regime, Climate Finance
Tag: Readings for COP21

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