Aid activities targeting Global Environmental Objectives
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This dataset contains bilateral commitment data on aid in support of environment sustainability and aid to biodiversity, climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation and desertification from the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) Creditor Reporting System (CRS) database.
In addition to bilateral flows presented in this dataset, an integrated view of climate-related development finance by both bilateral and multilateral providers is
available on this website (click on the “Project-level data” to download in Excel or follow link to the “Data visualisation portal” to see the data graphically)
In their reporting to the DAC CRS, donors are requested to indicate for each activity whether or not it targets environment and the Rio Conventions (biodiversity, climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation and desertification). A scoring system of three values is used, in which aid activities are "marked" as targeting environment as the "principal objective" or a "significant objective", or as not targeting the objective.
The environment marker identifies activities that are "intended to produce an improvement in the physical and/or biological environment of the recipient country, area or target group concerned" or "include specific action to integrate environmental concerns with a range of development objectives through institution building and/or capacity development". A large majority of activities targeting the objectives of the Rio Conventions fall under the DAC definition of "aid to environment". The Rio markers permit their specific identification.

Watch out for double-counting!
The same activity can be marked for several objectives, e.g. climate change mitigation and biodiversity. These overlaps reflect that the three Rio Conventions are interlinked and mutually reinforcing. However, care needs to be taken not to double-count the amounts when compiling the total for aid in support of more than one Convention: biodiversity-, climate change- and desertification-related aid should not be added up as this can result in double or triple-counting.
Activity-level marker data that underlie the aggregate figures presented in this dataset are available for consultation and download: see "Export", "Related files".
Consult more definitions, factsheets and the User guide for this dataset (see "Rio Conventions" link below)

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15 June 2017. Next update: September 2017

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Aid activities targeting Global Environmental ObjectivesAbstract

This dataset contains bilateral commitment data on aid in support of environment sustainability and aid to biodiversity, climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation and desertification from the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) Creditor Reporting System (CRS) database.
In addition to bilateral flows presented in this dataset, an integrated view of climate-related development finance by both bilateral and multilateral providers is available on this website (click on the “Project-level data” to download in Excel or follow link to the “Data visualisation portal” to see the data graphically)
In their reporting to the DAC CRS, donors are requested to indicate for each activity whether or not it targets environment and the Rio Conventions (biodiversity, climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation and desertification). A scoring system of three values is used, in which aid activities are "marked" as targeting environment as the "principal objective" or a "significant objective", or as not targeting the objective.
The environment marker identifies activities that are "intended to produce an improvement in the physical and/or biological environment of the recipient country, area or target group concerned" or "include specific action to integrate environmental concerns with a range of development objectives through institution building and/or capacity development". A large majority of activities targeting the objectives of the Rio Conventions fall under the DAC definition of "aid to environment". The Rio markers permit their specific identification.

Watch out for double-counting!
The same activity can be marked for several objectives, e.g. climate change mitigation and biodiversity. These overlaps reflect that the three Rio Conventions are interlinked and mutually reinforcing. However, care needs to be taken not to double-count the amounts when compiling the total for aid in support of more than one Convention: biodiversity-, climate change- and desertification-related aid should not be added up as this can result in double or triple-counting.
Activity-level marker data that underlie the aggregate figures presented in this dataset are available for consultation and download: see "Export", "Related files".
Consult more definitions, factsheets and the User guide for this dataset (see "Rio Conventions" link below)

Development Finance Flows(xls)http://www.oecd.org/dac/stats/climate-change.htmRio conventionshttp://www.oecd.org/dac/aidstatistics/rioconventions.htm
Date last updated

15 June 2017. Next update: September 2017

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