Climate Policy Finance – SNAPFI (Consortium led by DIW Berlin 2019-2023)

Strengthen national climate policy implementation:
Comparative empirical learning & creating linkage to climate finance – SNAPFI

About Our Project

The project researches the implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in Brazil, Germany / EU, India, Indonesia and South Africa, by research-based policy advice and capacity building. The project will especially analyse policy and financial instruments that support the just transition to a climate-friendly pathway and that can contribute to the mobilization of private and public finance for climate friendly investments.

The SNAPFI Project’s target is to enable relevant policy makers in the developing target countries to better understand the effects of policy and finance instruments and therefore allow for efficient NDC implementation. The project also aims to enable policy makers from the national finance sectors as well as international finance institutions to develop policy instruments to support climate action in partner countries and allow international cooperation between relevant stakeholders.

The project started in July 2019 and has a duration of 4 years.

Find more information about this project [here]. You can find the publications of this project [here].

International Webinar 2021

After COP26: The Roles of Climate Governance in Achieving Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC)
and Net Zero Emissions (NZE) Targets of the Energy Sector in Indonesia

After COP26 Glasgow, how do the international political pressure influence Indonesia’s commitments, policy, and strategy on NDC and NZE in the energy sector? What kind of climate governance model would be appropriately developed for the energy sector in Indonesia, particularly in terms of issues on coal dilemma, energy trilemma, and informality in governance?

Find more information about this webinar and how to register, please click [here].

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