Side Event

COP 16 Side Event, Cancun, Mexico

Title/Theme:     “Institutions and Governance Mechanisms for Climate Finance”     

Organizers:     Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth & New York University School of Law                

Date/Time:       Wednesday, December 1, 15:00 –16.30    

Room:              Cancun Messe, Jaguar Room

 

How do we structure new policy solutions to address climate change, so that both public and private organizations from developing and developed countries have the right incentives to operationalize global climate finance? This panel will examine the institutional structures and standards required for a decentralized climate finance system to function effectively and efficiently. 

1) Introduction (15 – 18 mins)

Who: Anant Sundaram, Professor, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth (Panel Moderator) 

Click here to view Anant Sundaram’s slides

 

2) Institutional functions for climate finance (12 – 15 mins)

Who: Bryce Rudyk, Coordinator, Global Finance Project, New York University School of Law

Click here to view Bryce Rudyk’s slides

 

3) What are the current challenges in developing measurement, record keeping, monitoring, and compliance systems in private organizations such as global corporations? (12 – 15 mins)

Who: Zoe Tcholak-Antitch, VP and Head of Investor CDP, Carbon Disclosure Project

 

4) What are the current and potential future public institutions for climate finance? (12 – 15 Mins)

Who: Clifford Polycarp, Senior Associate, Institutions and Governance Program, World Resources Institute

Click here to view Cliff Polycarp’s slides

 

5) Summary (5 mins)

Who: Bryce Rudyk, Coordinator, Global Finance Project, New York University School of Law

 

6) Q&A; Audience observations and comments (10- 15 mins)

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