Accountability of results based finance: Build on the best and learn when things go wrong

Paris will set the framework for a wave of climate adaptation and mitigation activities to be implemented in developing countries. These activities are expected to be financed through various public and private finance flows. The need for accountability mechanisms to ensure that climate finance meets the needs of future generations and does not conflict with human rights is widely recognized in international financial institutions (IFIs). However, it is unclear how the complex and evolving landscape of climate finance will meet the challenges to mitigate possible environmental or social risks.

This event will draw on lessons learnt from existing climate finance instruments and IFIs and discuss the design of effective redress mechanisms for the variety of climate finance instruments expected post-2020

Date: Friday 4th December
Location: COP21 Official venue, Observer Room 1
Time: 16.45-18.15


  • Lessons learnt from the Clean Development Mechanism, Eva Filzmoser, Director at Carbon Market Watch
  • Corruption Risks in National Climate Finance: The Bangladesh Experience, Dr. Sumaiya Khair, Deputy Executive Director at Transparency International Bangladesh
  • Ensuring that the GCF Meets Society’s Expectations Regarding Accountability and Sustainability, Paul Wolvekamp, Deputy Director at Both ENDS

High level panelists

  • Zaheer Fakir, GFC Board member
  • CDM Board member (tbc)
  • Michael Kracht, Adaptation Fund Board Member
  • Bram Schim van der Loeff, European Investment Bank


  • Alyssa Johl, Senior Attorney at Center for International Environmental Law

Event location


COP21 Official venue, Observer Room 1
Paris-Le Bourget Conference Centre
Paris, France

Contact Info

[email protected]

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Accountability of results based finance: Build on the best and learn when things go wrong

04 December 2015
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04 December 2015
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Leah Good

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