4 November 2021, 16.00 GMT, European Union Side Event, Virtual

During this virtual event, leading European researchers presented their latest insights into aligning international financial flows with the goals of the Paris Agreement. Exploring the challenges and opportunities of aligning Development Finance with climate action, the event looked at the critical role of export credit agencies, the extent to which previous climate targets have been met, the potential characteristics of the post-2025 target, and the role of national policy making in unlocking international climate finance.


Catherine Marchewitz (DIW)Introduction
Karsten Neuhoff(DIW)Enabling transformative change through domestic policies by international climate finance
Carolyn Neunuebel (World Resources Institute)Aligning MDBs’ policy-based Financing with the Paris Agreement
Philipp Censkowsky (Perspectives Climate Group)Aligning public finance institutions with the Paris Agreement (Export Credit Agencies)
Pieter Pauw (Frankfurt School)Post-2025 climate finance goal: How much more and how much better?
Tasneem Essop(Climate Action Network)Speak to the overall theme for event and the presentations
Catherine Marchewitz (DIW)Q&A