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This paper tries to capture the main characteristics of financial components of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), in order to deepen understanding of developing...

Working Paper
English
November 2016 Topics:
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Smita Nakhooda
Taryn Fransen
Alice Caravani
Annalisa Prizzon
Helen Tilley
Aidy Halimanjaya
Bryn Welham
Report Chapter
English
June 2015 Topics:

Ex-post Assessment of China's Industrial Energy Efficiency Policies during the 11th FYP

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Presentation
English
February 2015 Topics:

Climate Finance

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Presentation
English
February 2015 Topics:
Ex-post assessment of China's industrial energy efficiency policies during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan
In Energy Policy

China implemented a package of policies during the 11th Five-Year Plan (2006-2010) to improve industrial energy efficiency. This assessment provides a methodology that establishes a...

Author: 
Xiao WANG
Huimin LI
Ye QI
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2015 Topics:

Finance for International Transfer of Climate Mitigation Technologies

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Presentation
English
December 2014 Topics:
Non Peer-reviewed Article
Japanese
December 2014 Topics:
Non Peer-reviewed Article
English
December 2014 Topics:
Finance for the International Transfer of Climate Change Mitigation Technologies

Key messages:
1. Technological absorptive capacity (consisting of the factors of general governance and business climate, basic technological literacy, access to finance, and...

Author: 
Rabhi ABDESSALEM
Discussion Paper
English
November 2014 Topics:
Policy Brief
English
September 2014 Topics:

The Session 9 of the 2014 Asia Leadership Program on Sustainable Development and Climate Change, co-organized by ADB and KDI, focused on the discussion of different financing...

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Presentation
English
April 2014 Topics:
Climate finance trends in Asia

This paper focuses on East and South Asian countries, but does not include Pacific islands. The paper looks at two distinctive periods—the pre-fast start finance (pre-FSF) period (...

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Issue Brief
English
February 2014 Topics:

NAMA finance aims to effectively mobilize financial resources for developing countries to use in formulating and implementing NAMAs. There are also various other non-financially...

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Book Chapter
English
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Presentation
English
February 2014 Topics:
Mobilising International Climate Finance: Lessons from the Fast-Start Finance Period

Developed countries committed to provide US$ 30 billion in new and additional climate finance between 2010 and 2012 under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (...

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Smita NAKHOODA
Taryn FRANSEN
Alice CARAVANI
Annalisa PRIZZON
Helen TILLEY
Aidy HALIMANJAYA
Bryn WELHAM
Policy Report
English
November 2013 Topics:
国際社会の気候資金動員 - 短期資金(Fast-Start Finance)実施期間からの教訓 - 概要と主要論点

気候変動対策のための途上国への資金支援については、2009年の国連気候変動枠組み条約(UNFCCC)第15回締約国会議にて留意されたコペンハーゲン合意において、先進国締約国は2つの目標を打ち出した。一つは「長期資金」(LTF: Long-Term Finance)として2020年までに多様な財源から年間計1000億米ドルを動員すること、そして二つ目は「短期資金...

Author: 
Smita NAKHOODA
Taryn FRANSEN
Alice CARAVANI
Annalisa PRIZZON
Helen TILLEY
Aidy HALIMANJAYA
Bryn WELHAM
Policy Report
Japanese
November 2013 Topics:
Fast-Start Finance Project and Programme Data Set

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...

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World Resources Institute
Overseas Development Institute
Climate Advisers
Data/Tool
English
November 2013 Topics:
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Taryn FRANSEN
Smita NAKHOODA
Non Peer-reviewed Article
English
November 2013 Topics:

UNFCCC交渉における気候資金議題 -課題と今後の展望-

Non Peer-reviewed Article
Japanese
October 2013 Topics:

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