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WBG, PMR   |  
Using Carbon Revenues

Carbon pricing is increasingly recognized as an important source of government revenue. Carbon revenues can be crucial in supporting cost-effective climate mitigation, industrial competitiveness and other economic and development objectives. How carbon revenues are used and how these uses are communicated are also critical for public and stakeholder acceptability of carbon pricing.

Category:  Helsinki Principle 3, Fiscal Instruments for Climate Policy

UNEP   |  
United for Efficiency

U4E is a global effort supporting developing countries and emerging economies to move their markets to energy-efficient appliances and equipment.

Under the leadership of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), U4E brings together all key stakeholders active in the area of product efficiency. U4E:



Category:  Helsinki Principle 4
UNEP   |  
Seed Capital Assistance Facility

Seed Capital Investment Facility (SCAF) mobilizes private investment in renewable energy projects and ventures in frontier markets. SCAF, a $19 million facility, works through private sector investment funds to support their engagement in early stage development and future financing of renewable energy projects and ventures.

 

 



Category:  Helsinki Principle 5, Climate Finance
OECD   |  
Research Collaborative on Tracking Private Climate Finance

Research Collaborative on Tracking Private Climate Finance facilitates sharing of data and expertise on investment and financing to address country- and international-level information needs, in particular:
1. Measuring publicly-mobilized private finance for climate action in developing countries. The methods and estimates developed here play an important role in the international community, particularly in the context of climate finance reporting under the UNFCCC.

Category:  Helsinki Principle 5

EIB, UNEP   |  
Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP)

Renewable Energy Performance Platform (REPP) supports the growth of sub-Saharan Africa's renewable energy industry by mobilizing private investment in renewable energy. Supported by the EIB and UNEP, the REPP programme supports renewable energy projects in sub-Sahara Africa with early financing, i.e. development cost support, and early debt or equity capital. 



Category:  Helsinki Principle 5, Climate Finance
UNDP, UNEP   |  
Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE)

The Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) was launched in 2013 as a response to the call at Rio+20 to support those countries wishing to embark on greener and more inclusive growth trajectories.



Category:  Helsinki Principle 4, Distribution, Competitiveness & Political Economy
IISD, UNEP   |  
Measuring Fossil Fuel Subsidies in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals

The 2030 Agenda calls for a “robust, voluntary, effective, participatory, transparent and integrated follow-up and review framework” to monitor progress against the SDGs (United Nations, 2015). A global SDG indicator framework was adopted by the General Assembly on 6 July 2017 as per the Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on Work of the Statistical Commission pertaining to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (A/RES/71/313).

Category:  Helsinki Principle 3, Distribution, Competitiveness & Political Economy, Climate Change Fiscal Risk Assessments and Management

OECD   |  
Centre on Green Finance and Investment

The Centre on Green Finance and Investment’s mission is to help catalyse and support the transition to a green, low-emissions and climate-resilient economy through the development of effective policies, institutions and instruments for green finance and investment.



Category:  Helsinki Principle 5
UNEP   |  
International Network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S)

The FC4S Network is structured as a partnership between financial centres and the United Nations Environment Programme, which acts as its Convenor and Secretariat. The objective of the network is to exchange experience and take common action on shared priorities to accelerate the expansion of green and sustainable finance. The long-term vision of the FC4S Network is rapid global growth of green and sustainable finance across the world’s financial centres, supported by strengthened international connectivity, and a framework for common approaches.



Category:  Helsinki Principle 5, Climate Finance
WBG   |  
State and Trends of Carbon Pricing 2019

The dangerous consequences of climate change are clearer than ever before. Yet, analyses indicate that countries’ implemented policies and Nationally

Category:  Fiscal Instruments for Climate Policy, Helsinki Principle 3, Climate Finance