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Total Figure Amount committed for each year ( Euros) Allocation: sectors Allocation: regions/countries Grants/ Concesional loans/

Allocation: regions/countries Grants/ Concesional loans/ both Channels

MS & 2010-2012 2010 2011 2012 % Bilateral


Commission

Austria ! 120 m ! 40 m ! 40 m ! 40 m

Priority on adaptation, mitigation and TT (still ongoing Both channels will be used. Multilateral:
Belgium ! 150 m ! 50m ! 50m ! 50m consultations in BE on the internal burden share Priority on LDCs Ongoing consultations most probably GEF, LDCF and WB
between regions and the federal state)

Mongolia, Moldavia and Balkan Preference for bilateral channels. Multilateral:


Parliamentary elections in May 2010 with a new Under discussion. Allocation between A & M shall be region. Probably, in April 2010, Grants. Only grants should be Fast intend to use primarily GEF, LDCF, EDF and
Czech Republic ! 12 m government. Non annual commitment indicated in the government document on the Czech approval of four program and four Start Finance elegible considering contribution to Nairobi work
development cooperation in June 2010 project countries in the white Paper program or GCCA
of the Czech ODA

Balanced allocation between A & M ( 50%). A: early/


inmediate implementetion of existing adaptation plans, Adaptation: priority will be given to
including NAPAs; CB to improve the knowledge base most vulnerable countries namely,
on climate impact and to support the integration on CC LDCs, SIDS and Africa. Will take into Grants. Climate related loans from Interventions through the EU Global Climate
Commission ! 150 m ! 50m ! 50m ! 50m adaptation sectoral and national developement account whether developing the EIB will be substantial but not Change Alliance will be favoured
strategies.M: CB to develop Low Emissions countiries have associated included
Develpment Strategies, to MRV emissions, to themselves with the Copenhagen
implement market mechanisms, readiness for REDD+. Accord
Technoloy for A&M

Adaptation : focus on the poorest


Denmark 1.200 m DDK (around ! 220 m) 300m DDK projected increases in 2011 & balanced allocation for enabling activities and most vulnerable countries Grants
2012 including Africa Mitigation: under
discussion

Finland ! 110 m

both. Loans to ensure a real


leverage effect and to finance
importatn and structural Both to leverage the comparative advantages.
investments, notably in emerging Bilateral channels important due to the strength
France ! 1260 m ! 420 m ! 420 m ! 420 m Adaptation will benefit from a substantial part. Forestry emphasis on least developed countries. The precise relative of the French bilateral aid agency. Multilateral
20% countries shares should not be made public, institutions: MDBs (CTF), the GEF and the
as it will highlight huge differences LDCF
between countries and open the
door to strong criticisms

Both. Legal limit on the use of multilateal


Germany ! 1260 m ! 420 m ! 420 m ! 420 m channels for the distribution of development aid.
GEF, CIFs, FCPF, at least (under discussion)

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Total Figure Amount committed for each year ( Euros) Allocation: sectors Allocation: regions/countries Grants/ Concesional loans/ both Channels

MS & 2010-2012 2010 2011 2012 % Bilateral


Commission

Hungary !6m !1m !2m !3m Adaptation LDCs (e.g. South East Asia) both Bilateral channels

Ireland ! 100 m

Latvia ! 30,000 ! 10,000 ! 10,000 ! 10,000

! 3 m. Variables that may affect fast start ! 1 million each year. However, the part of annual
financing are: 1) internal financial amount in 2010 might be carried over to 2011 due The priority regions would be
situation (i.e. budget deficit constraint); to the budgeting process (i.e. 2010 budget has balanced allocation between adaptation and mitigation. Eastern Europe (Byelorussia,
Lithuania 2) commitments of international partners already been adopted) and lack of clarity as The mitigation areas covered by the fast start could be: Moldova and Ukraine), South Preference for bilateral channels. Multilateral
and availability of monitoring mechanism regards channelling of the support. Also depend the increase of the energy efficiency, the increase of the Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan and could be considered
for such support. 3) clear obligations of on capabilities of the developing countries to use of renewable energy sources. Georgia) and also Afghanistan.
relevant developing countries, especially absorb it.
the most advanced ones.

Now.Mitigation focus on the Great


Now, heavy emphasis on mitigation. Adaptation Lakes, Mozambique and Indonesia. Now, almost all CC aid is in grant The majority is channelled through multilateral
Netherlands ! 410 m ! 92m ! 170 m ! 148 m spending is at around !18 million per year Adaptation focus on countries with form. Support to the Carbon Forest organisations. Asisstance for capacity building
great river deltas Partnership is in the form of equitiy through the DFID climate center

Spain ! 375 m !125 m ! 125 m ! 125 m Mitigation & Adaptation Both multilateral and bilateral

Immediate assistance and to prepare for effective and Bilateral, regional and multilateral
Sweden approx ! 800 m No annual commitments. Planned disbursements efficient climate action in the medium and long term. Bilateral programs focus on partner Grants organisations. Multilateral is aprox 40% of the
200-300 million !/year The emphasis on Adaptation. countries total amount

The UK Prime Minister announced: 50% Adaptation,


20% REDD+. However, objectives: ensure equitable Both. Mayority grant. Public finance
UK " 1.500 m around (! 2.349 m) depend on internal spending reviews allocation between sectors, adequate finance for cross- shlould leverage private sector multilateral, bilateral and regional channels
cutting themes including technology, research and resoruces
capacity building.

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% Multilateral

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LDCF and WB

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comparative advantages.
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CTF), the GEF and the

the use of multilateal


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% Multilateral

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and regional channels

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