Bonn climate Conference : Long-term climate finance events in 2016

 

 

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Pursuant to the COP decision 5/CP.20, an in-session workshop on long-term climate finance was organized on Wednesday 18 May 2016 during the Bonn Climate Change Conference session in Bonn, Germany. Building on the constructive discussions held during last year's in-session workshop, this year’s workshop continued to focus on the issues of adaptation finance, needs for support to developing country Parties and cooperation on enhanced enabling environments and support for readiness activities. Following the workshop, a summary report will be prepared for consideration by the Conference of the Parties at its twenty-second session and to inform the second biennial high-level ministerial dialogue on climate finance, which will be convened at COP 22 in accordance with decision 3/CP.19.

 

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Summary report on the in-session workshop on long-term climate finance in 2015. Note by the secretariat.

 

This report contains a summary of the technical discussions and outcomes of the insession workshop on long-term climate finance held in conjunction with the forty-second sessions of the subsidiary bodies and the ninth part of the second session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action relating to the issues of adaptation finance, needs for support to developing country Parties and cooperation on enhanced enabling environments and support for readiness activities, in line with decision 5/CP.20. Find out more… 

 

 

Compilation and synthesis of the biennial submissions from developed country Parties on their strategies and approaches for scaling up climate finance from 2014 to 2020

 

This document provides a synthesis of the information provided by developed country Parties in their biennial submissions on their strategies and approaches for scaling up climate finance from 2014 to 2020. It has been prepared to inform the annual in-session workshops on long-term finance, in accordance with decision 5/CP.20, paragraph 12. Find out more… Here

 

COP 20 Ministerial Dialogue on climate finance

 

Summary of Deliberations, as prepared by the COP 20 Presidency
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