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                    [post_content] => Luis Gomez-Echeverri argues that climate change finance can draw lessons from aid effectiveness, but only up to a point. Climate finance, he argues, is unique and in many ways more complex than ODA (including those targeted by vertical funds) because of the demands in some cases to measure and report performance, the basis of which is complex and uncertain, and often requiring skills and competencies that are new for most countries, both developed and developing.
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                    [post_content] => This Energy and Environment Paper follows the original publication on the Refomred Financial Mechanism proposal (OIES EV 45). It analyses four areas of oversight:How to design decision making (processes and remits) for the UNFCCC COP and RFM executive body so as to ensure sufficient political oversight and buy-in without the danger of over-politicized micro-management of the RFM management of its financial flows. How to ensure proper stakeholder representation in particular how to design the selection of stakeholder representatives and how to design their role in the decision-making process.How to design independent oversight (audit monitoring and evaluation) procedures within the framework of existing legal arrangements which will provide sufficient safeguards against malpractice both at the international and the national level. How to oversee financial flows to ensure compliance with financial commitments.
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                    [post_content] => The fight against climate change needs the full engagement of developing countries. And for this to happen argues Luis Gomez-Echeverri national institutions with the capacity to identify priorities and manage the resources for action are urgently needed. The report focuses on the institutional needs and best practices already found.
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