Training on Climate Finance Tracking


Training on Climate Finance Tracking

27 June 2017 to 28 June 2017
Mandaluyong City

Extreme weather conditions brought about by climate change have been threatening the development and security of the Asia Pacific region. The poor are bearing the brunt of climate change given their vulnerability. ADB has a crucial role to play in leading the way towards a greener path. In line with this, ADB has committed to double its annual climate financing to $6 billion by 2020.

To ensure that ADB project officers and focals are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge, an in-house training on tracking climate finance was conducted. 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
27 Jun 2017 Welcome and Opening Remarks Amy Leung
27 Jun 2017 Session 1 - Presentation Overview of Climate Change: The Politics and the Science Laura Druce
27 Jun 2017 Sessions 2 and 3 - Presentation Climate Finance: An Introduction
The Paris Agreement, signed in 2015, has five elements that include climate finance to support developing countries and enhance transparency to ensure...
Carola Menzel
27 Jun 2017 Session 4 - Presentation Climate Finance Tracking: Joint Multilateral Development Bank Approach
Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) recognize the need to work together to avert the danger of climate change by mobilizing public, private, bilateral...
Esmyra Javier, David Elzinga, Charles Rodgers
27 Jun 2017 Session 5 - Presentation Climate Finance in the Energy Sector
ADB remains committed to scale up its climate financing to US$6 billion by 2020. Half of the US$6 billion will be in the Energy Sector, largely renewables...
David Elzinga
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
28 Jun 2017 Session 6 - Presentation Climate Finance in the Transport Sector
Asia’s motorized transport emissions have become a significant contributor to the global problem of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. By 2035, transport...
Ki-joon Kim
28 Jun 2017 Session 7 - Presentation Climate Finance in the Urban Sector
ADB applies the “Livable Cities” approach to urban development. It supports the transformation of developing cities in Asia and the Pacific into sustainable...
Virinder Sharma
28 Jun 2017 Session 7 - Presentation Climate Finance in the Water Sector
Many countries in the Asia Pacific region are in a water crisis, and ADB works to increase investments to achieve its vision of “Water for All”. Climate...
Michiel de Lijster
28 Jun 2017 Session 8 - Presentation Climate Finance in the Agriculture Sector
Improved land and labor productivity are needed for the region to keep pace with the increasing population. Food security is further threatened by extreme...
Michiko Katagami
28 Jun 2017 Session 9 - Interactive Session and Breakout Groups
28 Jun 2017 Session 10 - Reporting from Breakout Groups on Case Studies and Exercises
28 Jun 2017 Wrap Up and Closing


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