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General Information

Contributing PartyDescriptionPeriodLinksAmount (millions)CurrencyReport
European Union1Part of its overall commitment to provide EUR 7,2 billion cumulatively over the period 2010 – 2012. Grants: 45%, Loans, Equities or others: 55%; Most EU fast start finance is provided through Member State budgets and is allocated on the basis of national decisions. Despite the difficult economic situation and strong budgetary constraints, all 27 Member States and the European Commission are contributing to this funding. Member States' fast start contributions are voluntary and not based on any distribution key. They do not prejudge any burden sharing for future global climate financing.2010Links2,340.00EUR2011
European Union1In accordance with developed countries' commitments under the Copenhagen Accord, the EU and its Member States have mobilised in total €4.59 billion (USD 6.39 billion) of fast start finance in 2010 and 2011 as part of its overall commitment to provide €7.2 billion cumulatively over the period 2010 - 2012. The funds committed in 2011 to date are € 2.33 billion. These are preliminary figures as the accounting year for many Member States has not been concluded yet. Considering the economic and fiscal challenges we are faced with, this demonstrates our strong commitment to deliver on the Cancun agreement and to the G20 commitment to fight climate change. Most EU fast start finance is provided through Member State budgets and is allocated on the basis of national decisions. Despite the difficult economic situation and strong budgetary constraints, all 27 Member States and the European Commission are contributing to this funding. Member States' fast start contributions are voluntary and not based on any distribution key. They do not prejudge any burden sharing for future global climate financing. The EU continues to be the largest contributor of climate finance flows to developing countries and has been so since well before Copenhagen. These climate finance projects and activities are closely aligned with the objectives for fast start finance. The EU and its Member States remain firmly committed to these broader climate finance activities. In addition to fast start finance, the EU will continue to make available considerable amounts of funds for the period 2010-2012 in support of climate actions in developing countries, such as via the European Investment Bank (EIB) which provides diversified financing (with some elements of concessionality). This financing also helps leverage additional investments including from the private sector.2011Links2,330.00EUR2012
European Union1 2012Links2,670.00EUR2013
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Detailed information

Contributing PartyDescriptionAmount (millions)PeriodCurrencyReportFootnotes
European Union1Bilateral (53.3%)1,240.0002011EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union1Loans (most loans reported were confirmed as being concessional in nature), equities or others (21.8%)480.0002012EUR2013This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union1Not allocated (0.3%)6.9602011EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union1Bilateral Channels 44%1,020.0002010EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union1Multilateral Channels 56%1,320.0002010EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union1Adaptation; 35 % of total reported amount735.0002010EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union1Mitigation (excluding REDD+); 45 % of total reported amount946.0002010EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union1REDD+ 15 % of total reported amount313.0002010EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union1Total bilateral and multilateral channels in 20122,650.0002012EUR2013On the basis of the data provided by the 25 Member States reporting the division between multi- and bilateral channels
European Union1Not allocated; Bilateral & Multilateral channels 20100.0002010EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union1Not allocated; 5% of total reported amount; Objectives and sectors in 2010118.0002010EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union1Adaptation: to accelerate action to help poor and vulnerable countries and their people to adapt to and build resilience to the adverse effects of climate change, particularly in the least developed countries, small island developing states, and African countries that will be most seriously affected. Funding will help developing countries protect their infrastructure, industry and agriculture from changing weather patterns and rising sea levels, support investment water management, droughtresistant cops, disaster risk reduction and in improved scientific analysis for decision making, and national planning. Adaptation efforts will take into account the priorities identified in National Adaptation Plans of Action (NAPAs), National Communications and other relevant planning documents. In the area of adaptation, particular attention needs to be paid to enhancing partner countries' absorption capacities, increasing national ownership, and to verifying the viability and added value of initiatives in the longer term.750.0002011EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union1Mitigation: to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon global economy and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by promoting the deployment of renewable energy technologies. Funding will promote projects on: low carbon energy; energy efficiency; low carbon transport; the development of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) and low emission development strategies; capacity building to measure, report and verify emissions and on new carbon market mechanisms.1,150.0002011EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union1REDD+: to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by reducing deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries and enhancing the sustainable management and conservation of forest and carbon stocks. Funding will demonstrate ways of changing the economics, build capacity to monitor effectively, report and verify emissions and removals from land-use activities; support necessary policy and governance reforms; work to enhance sustainable management and conservation of forests, and enhancement of forest stocks. Particular attention will be paid to improving forest governance (including land tenure reforms and forest law enforcement), and to ensuring benefits for local communities and indigenous peoples.311.0002011EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union1Not allocated120.0002011EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
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Recipients

Contributing PartyRecipient PartyDescriptionRegionFundTypeActivityInstitutionAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
European Union   Clean Technology Fund (CTF)Mitigation  292.000EUR20112010
European Union   World Bank: Strategic Climate Fund   177.000EUR20112010
European Union    Mitigation FCPF - Forest Carbon Partnership Facility 49.000EUR20112010
European Union      World Bank - Others27.000EUR20112010
European Union      IFC - International Finance Corporation / World Bank18.000EUR20112010
European Union      AfDB - African Development Bank / CBFF - Congo Basin Forest Fund40.000EUR20112010
European Union      IADB - Inter-American Development Bank 28.000EUR20112010
European Union      EBRD - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development12.000EUR20112010
European Union      GFDRR - Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery1.000EUR20112010
European Union      CGIAR - Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research5.000EUR20112010
European Union      Others45.000EUR20112010
European Union      GEF - Global Environment Facility134.000EUR20112010
European Union   Adaptation FundAdaptation  67.000EUR20112010
European Union      UNFCCC - United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 1.000EUR20112010
European Union   LDCF - Least Developed Countries FundAdaptation  22.000EUR20112010
European Union   SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   4.000EUR20112010
European Union    Mitigation UN-REDD16.000EUR20112010
European Union      UNESCO - United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture 0.600EUR20112010
European Union      FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization20.000EUR20112010
European Union      UNEP - United Nations Environment Programme20.000EUR20112010
European Union      UNDP - United Nations Development Programme6.000EUR20112010
European Union      ISDR - International Strategy for Disaster Reduction4.000EUR20112010
European Union      UNFCCC - United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 0.200EUR20122011
European Union   Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   365.600EUR20122011
European Union      World Bank - PPCR - Pilot Program for Climate Resilience 65.700EUR20122011
European Union      FIP - Forest Investment Program 39.700EUR20122011
European Union      IFC - International Finance Corporation 8.100EUR20122011
European Union      FCPF - Forest Carbon Partnership Facility 19.100EUR20122011
European Union      World Bank - Others68.600EUR20122011
European Union      EIB - European Investment Bank101.600EUR20122011
European Union      ADB - Asian Development Bank3.500EUR20122011
European Union      IADB - Inter-American Development Bank 1.000EUR20122011
European Union      EBRD - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development10.000EUR20122011
European Union      GFDRR - Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery1.000EUR20122011
European Union   Global Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF)   5.800EUR20122011
European Union Others     69.000EUR20122011
European Union      GEF - Global Environment Facility118.100EUR20122011
European Union   Adaptation Fund   12.500EUR20122011
European Union   LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   95.100EUR20122011
European Union   SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   33.000EUR20122011
European Union      UN-REDD12.000EUR20122011
European Union      FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization8.300EUR20122011
European Union      UNEP - United Nations Environment Programme9.600EUR20122011
European Union      UNDP - United Nations Development Programme11.400EUR20122011
European Union Other UN     0.600EUR20122011
European Union      IFAD - International Fund for Agricultural Development - Agriculture Smallholders Adaptation Programme146.800EUR20132012
European Union   International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)   2.400EUR20132012
European Union      IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature4.200EUR20132012
European Union      FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization5.000EUR20132012
European Union      GEF - Global Environment Facility115.900EUR20132012
European Union      GWP - Global Water Partnership3.300EUR20132012
European Union      Others54.700EUR20132012
European Union      PPCR - Pilot Program for Climate Resilience54.000EUR20132012
European Union      CIF - Scaling-up Renewable Energy Program (SREP)50.800EUR20132012
European Union      UNEP - United Nations Environment Programme11.600EUR20132012
European Union      World Bank - Others3.400EUR20132012
European Union   Strategic Climate Fund (PPCR, FIP and SREP)   6.300EUR20132012
European Union      UNDP - United Nations Development Programme7.500EUR20132012
European Union      World Bank - FCPF - Forest Carbon Partnership Facility - Carbon Fund19.300EUR20132012
European Union      World Bank - PMR - Partnership for Market Readiness19.700EUR20132012
European Union      Other United Nations 1.200EUR20132012
European Union   Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   263.400EUR20132012
European Union   Green Climate Fund   1.100EUR20132012
European Union   Investment Fund for Developing Countries   6.700EUR20132012
European Union   Adaptation Fund   12.800EUR20132012
European Union   LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   41.500EUR20132012
European Union   SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   17.000EUR20132012
European Union      IFC - International Finance Corporation - Renewable Energy (incl. NIPP)5.800EUR20132012
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1 Note for European Union. In some cases information is only a sample of projects that has been made available, thus the individual figures do not necessarily add up to the sum total made available by a specific Member State.

2 Note for Germany 2011.

3 Note for Japan 2012.