Targeted Topics Forum: Financing NAP Processes

Mexico City, Mexico | June 20-22, 2017

The NAP Global Network and Mexico’s National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change (INECC) co-hosted a Targeted Topics Forum (TTF) on “Financing National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes: Options for Implementation.”

The TTF was attended by over 30 participants representing nine developing countries from our second cohort, as well as representatives of bilateral donors and other organizations with expertise on NAP processes.

Drawing on technical presentations, peer exchange, reflection and action planning, the forum addressed:

  • Challenges and opportunities associated with accessing sources of international finance;
  • Integration with budgeting processes including planning, cost estimates and tracking adaptation funds; and
  • Strategies and entry points for engaging the private sector in the NAP process including Public Private Partnerships.

Presentations from this forum are available below or can be downloaded in PDF here.

Introduction to the Targeted Topics Forum (Anne Hammill, IISD)

Mexico: National Policy on Adaptation to Climate Change (Eduardo Robelo González, SEMARNAT)

A Financing Perspective on the NAP Process (Jo-Ellen Parry, IISD)

Accessing Funds from the National Budget (Susann Mende, GIZ)

Using Fiscal Instruments to Finance the NAP Process (Jo-Ellen Parry, IISD)

National Climate Funds (GIZ)

Landscape of International Public Finance: Bilateral and Multilateral Sources (Nella Canales, SEI)

Adaptation Planning Support (Jason Spensley, GCF)

Zona Lacustre de Xochimilco (Paola Massyel García Meneses, PhD)

Engaging Private Sector for Financing the National Adaptation Plan (Vidya Soundarajan, Action on Climate Today)

Public-Private Partnerships (David Uzsoki, IISD)

Addressing Financing in the National Adaptation Planning Process in Peru (Abt Associates)