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Session 1 - OECD - Scherie Nicol

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Green Budgeting Virtual Meeting - 5 October 2020

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Session 1 - OECD - Scherie Nicol

  1. 1. GREEN BUDGETING ACROSS THE OECD STATE OF PLAY IN 2020 SCHERIE NICOL LEAD – GREEN BUDGETING, OECD PARIS, 5 OCT 2020
  2. 2. CONTENTS 2 1. About the survey 2. Provisional survey findings 3. Observations
  3. 3. ABOUT THE SURVEY 3
  4. 4. About the 2020 survey • First green budgeting survey! • Undertaken jointly with EC • Coverage: – 35 questions on • Status of green budgeting • Strategic framework • Tools and methods • Accountability and transparency • Enabling environment • Impacts • COVID-19 and green recovery • Response rate: 33 out of 37 • Data cleaning has just started, thus results are provisional…
  5. 5. PROVISIONAL SURVEY FINDINGS 5
  6. 6. 6 Status of green budgeting Green budgeting definition: Using the tools of budgetary policy-making to help achieve environmental and climate goals. This includes evaluating environmental impacts of budgetary and fiscal policies and assessing their coherence towards the delivery of national and international commitments. Green budgeting can also contribute to informed, evidence-based debate and discussion on sustainable growth. 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  7. 7. 7 Status of green budgeting 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  8. 8. Strategic framework for green budgeting 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  9. 9. Strategic framework for green budgeting 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  10. 10. 10 Tools and methods of green budgeting Used by at least half of countries that do green budgeting Used by at least a third of countries that do green budgeting Less commonly used tools… for now! 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  11. 11. • Examples of “Other”: – Information included in budget documentation – Information included in environmental or climate reports – Information included in environmental statistics 11 Accountability and transparency 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  12. 12. 12 Enabling environment Supporting elements in at least a third of countries that do green budgeting Less common supporting elements 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  13. 13. 13 Enabling environment 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  14. 14. 14 Areas where countries would like support 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  15. 15. 15 Impacts of green budgeting 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  16. 16. 16 COVID-19 rescue measures and green recovery packages 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  17. 17. 17 COVID-19 rescue measures and green recovery packages 2020 Provisional Survey Findings
  18. 18. OBSERVATIONS 18
  19. 19. • More green budgeting activity than expected! – This may reduce as we refine concepts and definitions through “data cleaning” – E.g., what should minimum criteria be for doing green budgeting? • More green budgeting is planned and “green perspectives” will be a common feature of forthcoming economic recovery packages – This provides a window of opportunity to embed new ways of working • Countries are held back by lack of methodologies and resources – What can be done to help? How can we help? • Little in place to measure impact – Could this undermine green budgeting in the longer-term? How to address this? 19 Observations
  20. 20. THANK YOU FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: SCHERIE.NICOL@oecd.org

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