As 2030 approaches, we have reached a critical point for global cooperation in the fight against climate change. A number of countries are dedicating significant portions of official development assistance to funding climate action — while others lag behind or are beginning to reverse their commitments.
To trace these ever-changing funding flows, the Devex Analytics team parsed five years of climate-related funding data, exploring bilateral ODA funding from 85,000 projects totaling approximately $177 billion. Building on this analysis, we're hosting a webinar to dive deeper into the data: highlighting trends in recipient locations, funding volume, sectors of funding, and prominent projects.
In this webinar, we will cover:
An explanation of OECD "Rio markers" and what this data set can tell us about bilateral flows and the increase in climate funding over time.
Key data points, including top recipient countries and organizations, major donors, and notable projects.
Shifts in funding between climate adaptation versus mitigation, as well as critical areas that have not received the attention of funders.
Cross-cutting focus areas, such as the intersection of climate and gender.
A case study on small island states, which are some of the most vulnerable countries to climate change.
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Associate Director, Analytics
Raquel Alcega leads Devex's development data team, which tracks and analyzes the funding, programs and activities of financial institutions, philanthropic organizations and corporations that operate at the intersection of business and global development. Prior to joining Devex's Barcelona office, she worked in business development in Washington, D.C., and as a researcher in Russia and Mexico.
Senior Development Analyst
Maja Wisenberger works with the Devex Analytics team remotely from Copenhagen, assisting in expanding data content and analyzing global funding trends. She has a master's degree in Public Policy from China and she brings experience from UNOPS, UN Women and the nonprofit sector. Her main areas of interest are poverty alleviation, economic and gender equality, and Chinese philanthropy.
Manola De Vos
Manola De Vos is an Engagement Lead for Devex’s Analytics team in Manila. She leads and designs customized research and analysis for some of the world’s most well-respected organizations, providing the solutions and data they need to grow their partner base, work more efficiently, and drive lasting results. Prior to joining Devex, Manola worked in conflict analysis and political affairs for the United Nations, International Crisis Group and the EU.
Technical Officer, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems
International Civil Aviation Organization
JC Shine is a Technical Officer with ICAO in the Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Section. JC is on secondment from the FAA where she serves as an Aviation Safety Inspector (Operations). She holds an ATP, CFI, Ground Instructor, and Remote Pilot Certificates, and her education includes a BS and MBA from Oklahoma City University. Before joining the FAA in 2012, JC taught UAS at Fort Huachuca, Arizona for the Army where she also served on the Sierra Vista Municipal Airport Commission.
USAID Office of Acquisition and Assistance
Paul Burford serves as Branch Chief and Supervisory Contracting and Agreement Officer supporting the Bureau for Food Security and the President's Feed the Future initiative. He has over a decade of contracting and procurement experience across a number of USAID programs.
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