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Monitoring climate finance and ODA

1 May 2010

This issues brief examines the challenges of monitoring financial flows related to climate change. The first part focuses on tracking, monitoring, and reporting various types of flows, primarily from official development assistance (ODA) and other public sources but also from private sources. The second part explores possible ways of tracking additionality in ODA flows, with the aim of stimulating global discussion on this issue. A more comprehensive support document on this topic can be found on the World Bank website at climate change.
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Huhtala, Ari; Curto, Stefano; Ambrosi, Philippe;

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Monitoring climate finance and ODA
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Economic and Sector Work
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United States of America
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1W-Climate And Finance Policy Notes Series -- P115284
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Development, climate, and finance issues brief ; no. 1
Climate change
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Climate Policy & Finance (CPF)
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