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Initiatives Tracking Climate Finance

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REDD X Tracking Forest Finance



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Forest Trends

Description

Tracking source and flow of REDD+ finance and activities in 13 recipient countries.

Source

Voluntary REDD+ DatabaseREDD+ Partnership (FAO/UNEP)Improving transparency around REDD+, finding and addressing gaps and overlaps in REDD+ financing, and sharing experiences on REDD+. It relies solely on information voluntarily submitted by countries and institutions.www.reddplusdatabase.org
Fast Start FinanceCoalition of governments, led by the NetherlandsCountries determine the reporting template and level of specificity they provide.www.faststartfinance.org
Indepen­dent Fast Start Finance TrackingWorld Resources InstituteTracks and reports pledges from donor countries, including what is ‘new and additional’ and the channelling institution(s) used.www.wri.org/publication/summary-of-developed-country-fast-start-climate-finance-pledges
REDD Countries DatabaseThe REDD Desk (Global Canopy Programme and Forum on Readiness for REDD)A database of a range of ongoing REDD+ activities organised by country and summarising key information across a broad range of areas including policies, plans, laws, statistics, activities and financing. www.theredddesk.org/countries
Fast-Start Finance Submis­sions by Annex 1 PartiesUNFCCCThe UNFCCC Conference of the Parties invited developed countries to provide submissions detailing the fast-start climate finance they are providing, in order to enhance transparency. www.unfccc.int/resource/docs/2011/cop17/eng/inf01.pdf
Climate Finance TrackerWorld BankThe website reports funding by sector, sources and finance mechanism. It provides information on funding objectives, financing mechanism, application procedures, project types, decision making structure, and project examples. Complete and up to date information on the financial status of each initiative is lacking.www.climatefinanceoptions.org/cfo/node/189
UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office GatewayUNDPReal-time information on contributions, projects and detailed balance of resources committed, deposited, budgeted, transferred and expenditures. The portfolio includes MPTFs, 'Delivering as One' UN Funds and Joint Programmes that support humanitarian, recovery, reconstruction and development processes. It only covers a limited number of climate change initiatives.www.mdtf.undp.org
FCPF DashboardWorld Bank – FCPFPeriodical updates of country status on the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility Readiness progress, with figures on grants signed and/or disbursed, as well as a financial summary.www.forestcarbonpartnership.org/fcp/node/283