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Mapping finance as a key tool for implementing NDCs: Webinar and related resources


Watch our recent webinar on ‘Mapping finance for implementing NDCs: Lessons from Cote d’Ivoire’, organized by the Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) Working Group, Climate Policy Initiative (CPI), EU-REDD Facility, European Forest Institute, and the LEDS GP Finance Working Group.

A key aspect of implementing Cote d’Ivoire’s nationally determined contribution (NDC) is tackling Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation and fostering conservation, sustainable management of forests, and enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+).

In this webinar the team behind the 2017 Landscape of REDD+ Aligned Finance in Cote d’Ivoire case study present an analytical approach that can be used by countries to help evaluate NDC investment needs, by mapping out existing public and private investment alignment with climate objectives and tracking movements in those investments over time. The webinar was held in English and French – see below for both presentations and recordings.

The English webinar features the following speakers and presentations:

  • Overview of LEDS GP – Robert O’Sullivan, Winrock International and AFOLU Working Group Co-chair
  • Introduction and methodological approach Adeline Dontenville, EU REDD Facility, EFI
  • Key results – Angela Falconer, Climate Policy Initiative
  • Lessons learned and next steps – Marc Daubrey, Impactum

Download the presentation in English here

Watch the webinar in English below

The French webinar features the following speakers and presentations:

  • Overview of LEDS GP – Danae Maniatis, UN-REDD Programme
  • Introduction and methodological approach Adeline Dontenville, EU REDD Facility, EFI
  • Key results, lessons learned and next steps – Marc Daubrey, Impactum

Download the presentation in French here

Watch the webinar in French below

Contact information

If you have any questions, comments, or queries about the webinar, please get in touch with our speakers through the following links:

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