Online Workshop

- 7th + 10th June 2021 -

Cooperation for climate impact

Practical workshop promoting cooperation in climate and transition finance between public and private institutions through trade, development and economic impact
Advance Registration
Workshop focused on cooperation for climate finance

Our objective is to work together with participants to identify best practices and common roadblocks to cooperative climate finance and develop a catalogue of approaches based on the experience and ideas shared during the meeting.

We will publish the final outcomes and distribute these to participants and contributors following the workshop

Help us plan the meeting by sharing your views and experience

We are asking practitioners in trade and development finance to share views, experiences and case studies in advance to help us structure the discussions and plan follow-up for this collaborative project.

  • Share a case study / example of successful cooperation and innovation
  • Tell us about new products or changes to policy / processes in your institution
  • Help us identify the biggest challenges to financing climate impact
Please take a moment to submit your input by completing this survey by 1st April 21

You can register in advance to attend this online meeting or subscribe to our mailing list to receive updates.

7-10 June Workshop Schedule
  • 07th June: Presentations and discussion
  • 09 June: Guided small-group workshop
  • 10 June: Feedback and follow-up
MONDAY 7th June
13.00 - 15.30 CET

The opening day of the workshop is structured around a series of presentations and discussions which will provide a background to the climate finance landscape and help frame the workshop challenges

  • Panel discussion on structural developments in international finance for climate impact
  • New operational guidelines for blended finance
  • Enhancing collaboration for green investments
TUE 8th / WEDS 9th JUNE
In participants' own time

Participants will be assigned groups according to their background and time zone and asked to brainstorm how we can tackle common roadblocks to successful finance of climate projects, based on challenges and case studies submitted by the community in advance.

Facilitators will organise a suitable method for the group to exchange views (email, video call etc.) and will collect feedback for further discussion on 10th June.

13.00 - 14.30 CET

All workshop participants will reconvene on Thursday for a shorter session online during which the facilitators of each group will present feedback on the outcomes of their discussions and compare responses across all participants.

After this, final questions, wrap up and next steps for future CSM exchanges.

Throughout the webinar we will provide participants with an opportunity to share experiences and ask questions.

Please contact if you are interested in contributing to this initiative

Meeting Registration

Registration for the meeting is via the Berne Union website. Please subit your details here:

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