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Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB60) side event: NCQG: Bringing accountability, trust and developing country needs to climate finance


Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB60) side event: NCQG: Bringing accountability, trust and developing country needs to climate finance
06 June 2024
16:15 - 17:30 hrs. Room Bonn
Bonn
, Germany

Parties are expected to agree on a New Collective Quantified Goal (NCQG) for climate finance in November 2024 at COP29, as the current, annual, global USD 100 billion goal ends in 2025. 

This side event in the context of SB60 will be the occasion to discuss how the New Collective Quantified Goal must meet the needs of developing countries equitably, ensuring accountability within the UN process, including in relation to the outcomes of the GST, and potential implications for the global financial architecture, economic cooperation and policy coordination.

Speakers will discuss the relation between the NCQG and the Global Stocktake (GST), a process that concluded for the first time at COP28 and that over the last two years looked at where the world stands on climate action and support, identifying the gaps, and working together to agree on solutions pathways.

They will explore plausible evidence-based scenarios that can inform a quantum that reflects the real needs of developing countries, while recognising that it is essential that the NCQG is rooted in the principles of equity, Common But Differentiated Responsibilities - Respective Capabilities and climate justice.

 

Speakers

 

  • Jeronim Capaldo, Senior Economist, UNCTAD
  • Alejandra López Carbajal, Climate Diplomacy Director, Transforma
  • Manjeev Singh Puri, Distinguished Fellow, TERI
  • Developing and developed country respondents (TBC)
Co-organizer(s):
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), Transforma

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