- What progress has your country made in thinking through how the implementation of your NDC will be funded (e.g., from national public budgets, private investment, international funds)? Is your country developing a funding strategy to articulate how different components will/may be funded (including conditional components that require international support)?
- How does your country intend to estimate costs of NDC implementation, identify potential funding sources (public, private, international), and mainstream costs in the future?
- Has your country begun analyzing current public and private resources being spent on climate change, or future investment flows and financial needs related to NDCs? How can countries re-orient financial flows and planned investments toward greener activities in the context of achieving NDCs?
- What will need to happen at the national level to mobilize resources for NDC implementation in a comprehensive way (e.g., coordination with national budgetary processes; engagement of national assemblies and private sector; creation of enabling environments for private investment; development of bankable proposals; etc.)?
- What will be the role of other ministries or institutions in this process (e.g., the role of national assemblies or finance ministries in allocating funds, etc.)? What will be the role of federal governments in creating enabling environments for private investment in mitigation and adaptation actions?
- What challenges does your country expect to face in the process of developing an NDC funding strategy and mobilizing resources for NDC implementation? Based on your country’s experiences to date, what recommendations would you offer other countries?
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