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Webinar | Climate and SDG

finance - Twin means of


implementation
A
view from the bottom up
Marcela Jaramillo Gil, E3G
November 02th , 2016

E3G is an independent global think tank, working to accelerate the transition to a


low-carbon economy.
In 2016 E3G was ranked the number one environmental think tank in the UK by the
Go To Think Tank Index, second in Europe and sixth in the world.
E3G

From international to
national action
International
Paris Agreement &
Post2015 Agenda

SDGs & NDCs

Integrated as part of core


national interests, rather than
ad hoc good practices.

Key tools to inform


national processes.

Build new partnerships for


delivery, aligning all
sectors/portfolios to pull in the
same direction.

National systems
&
real economy

Use SDGS
SDGS and
and NDCs
NDCs to
to give
give the
the
Use
legitimacy to
to act,
act, but
but with
with the
the
legitimacy
real economy
economy as
as the
the engine
engine for
for
real
change.
change.

National

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Some challenges that countries


face
Potentially conflicting
conflicting
Potentially
goals &
& limited
limited public
public
goals
resources
resources

Importance of aligning public policy and public


finance to mobilise all flows of finance.

Lack of
of bankable
bankable
Lack
project pipelines
pipelines &
&
project
capacity to
to identify
identify &
&
capacity
develop them
them
develop

Need to build capacity of National finance


institutions/State/Development to blend finance
resources and capabilities to leverage capital

Building participatory
participatory
Building
and transparent
transparent
and
process
process

Including
Government,
financial
sector,
trade
associations representing key industries & civil society.
And building systems for measurement, reporting and
verification.

Implementation of NDCs & SDGS require a strategic approach


to mobilising resources in line with national development plans
at the scale and pace required.
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Key considerations on
National Finance Strategies
Increase country ownership

What
Needs to
be
financed
?

Who will
finance
it?

How it
will be
financed
?

How to
measure
meeting
objective
s?

Ensure alignment to
domestic finance
Creating deal flow: pipelines
of projects
Measurement, reporting and
verification

Finance and building long-term in-country capacity


are a priorities to kick start action at country level.
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Infrastructure is at the heart of


both Paris and SDGs
Whilst goal 9 in the SDGs focuses on this topic, infrastructure is a core element
across many of the 17 goals. The worldwide infrastructure gap is daunting:
overall an estimated US$5-7 trillion of annual investment is needed to deliver
the SDGs.
Investment in clean energy, water, sanitation, agriculture, health and education
will all have to be made climate-compatible to avoid dangerous global
temperate rise and endure unavoidable climate impacts.
Effectively addressing these challenges will require both public and private
investments to be directed to low carbon and climate resiliente infrastructure
now.
Yet, despite momentum from 2015, traditional areas that deal with
Infrastructure
decision-making
to infrastructure
be redefined.and remain
infrastructure
are not prioritizing
low carbonneeds
resilient
This will require
new skills
and interdisciplinary work to allow for careful
disconnected
from climate
discussions.
consideration of climate related risks throughout the life span of any new
infrastructure assets, enabling our capacity to fulfil the post-2015 global
development agenda.
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Thank
you

Marcela Jaramillo Gil


Marcela.jaramillo@e3g.org
Policy Advisor
www.e3g.org

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