Investment and Financial Flows methodology

Type of tool

Planning tool

Acronym

I&FF
The I&FF tool was developed as part of UNDP's global project 'Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change', with the goal of examining both current and projected levels of investment and financial flows needed to address climate change in key sectors identified by the participant countries.

The I&FF tool was developed as part of UNDP's global project 'Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change', with the goal of examining both current and projected levels of investment and financial flows needed to address climate change in key sectors identified by the participant countries. 

The tool can be used with the specific purpose of identifying the long-term measures required to adapt these sectors to climate risks, and assessing the subsequent policy implications. The use of the tool allows its participants to compare scenarios and analyse the costs and benefits of adapting investment and financial flows to climate risks in each sector, and to generate political strategies to integrate climate change considerations into the selected sectors.

Objective

The objective of the I &FF tool is to strengthen the capacity of developing countries to formulate and evaluate policy options to address climate change in the context of their overall development objectives. More specifically, this Guidebook provides step-by-step guidance on assessing changes in investments in physical assets and in programmatic measures (collectively referred to as investment and financial flows, or I&FF) needed to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to climate change in key sectors.

Approach

The I&FF methodology is designed to:

  • Assess the types and magnitudes of changes in investments in physical assets and in programs, and associated operation and maintenance costs, needed to implement a set of mitigation and adaptation measures in key sectors of a country;
  • Determine the entities that are responsible for those investments and the sources of their investment funds; and
  • Provide information needed to evaluate policy instruments that might be used to induce those entities to invest in the proposed measures.

Scope

The scope of the tool is national level sector analysis.

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Agriculture
Coastal zone management
Energy
Fragile Ecosystems
Health
Tourism
Water Management
Other
Bio-energy
Afforestation, Reforestation and restoration
Carbon sinks (other than forests)
Energy efficiency and conservation
Renewable energy
Transport
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation

Keywords

Investment flows
policy options

Country where the tool is in use

Gambia
Liberia
Niger
Togo
Namibia
Worldwide

Target audience

Primarily policy-makers and private sector