UNDP - United Nations Development Program

The Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment Framework (PCCFAF) has been developed in response to the need to approach climate change financing in an informed way, commensurate with the specific circumstances and challenges of FICs. While existing global approaches are being developed and trialled, they do not always consider aspects that are particularly relevant to the situation of small island developing states. Rather than developing a parallel framework the PCCFAF blends Pacific relevant aspects, especially climate change sources and capacity, into existing assessment approaches. This approach has emanated from, and has been piloted and refined through a case study of Nauru.

This work would not have been possible without the efforts of a number of organisations and people to whom the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat would like to express their gratitude:
• The Government of Nauru, who agreed that Nauru should undergo the first national climate
change financing assessment;
• The Australian Government, who provided financial and in-kind support that enabled
completion of the study; and
• The following key contributing organisations and stakeholders: AusAID, UNDP Pacific Centre; SPREP; SPC; EU; and EcoSTEPS.

Read the reportshere and here

This study would not have been possible without the efforts of a number of people and organisations to whom the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat would like to express their gratitude:
• The Government of Nauru, who agreed that Nauru should undergo the first of the national climate change
financing assessments;
• Staff of the Department of Commerce, Industry and Environment, Government of Nauru, led by Russ Kun,
who steered the process in Nauru and provided the team with much useful information;
• Staff of the Government of Nauru and development partners who gave time for the team to learn about Nauru’s climate change program, development planning and implementation processes and external support;
• The Australian Government, who provided financial and in-kind support that enabled completion of the study;
• The following key contributing organisations and stakeholders: UNDP Pacific Centre; SPREP; SPC; EU-GCCA
Project; and EcoSTEPS.
• The core team of persons who managed and authored the Nauru Case Study report, including: Coral Pasisi
(PIFS), Scott Hook (PIFS), Ryan Medrana (AusAID), Kevin Petrini (UNDP), and Exsley Taloburi (PIFS).

 

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