OCP is working with Paul Watkiss Associates to provide climate change strategic review and development support for the UK Prosperity Fund, managed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Responsibilities include a review of the existing portfolio of projects, assessment against climate mainstreaming goals and Paris alignment and development of a strategy paper for future fundContinue reading “Strategic Climate Support to the UK Prosperity Fund”
OCP is supporting the UK Met Office and the African Climate Policy Centre to develop value for money guidelines and economic appraisal approaches to assess the costs and benefits of weather and climate information services in Africa. This is a £30 million 4 year project funded by the UK Department for International Development.
Oxford Consulting Partners is working with OECD to map the effectiveness of credit lines in Eastern Europe and the CIS. Read the Phase 1 report here
Oxford Consulting Partners was contracted by UNDP to prepare the Government of Turkmenistan’s successful application to the Adaptation Fund. OCP then provided the Chief Technical Advisor for project oversight and implementation.
Matthew has led the evaluation of the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation strategy towards supporting a successful outcome around the 2015 Paris UNFCCC negotiations.
Working with LTS (UK), Matthew has led a review of Danish policy and climate finance, including the governments institutional relationships with the World Bank over the period 2002-15. He is facilitating a strategy review process for the Green Growth team in their reformulation of the Climate fund.
Oxford Consulting has supported the United Nations Development Programme to develop a methodology to track private climate finance and to understand the leverage effects of public policy. The methodology is being rolled out in five countries – Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Chile and Ecquador as part of UNDP’s Low Emissions Capacity Building Programme, and OCP isContinue reading “Tracking Private Climate Finance for UNDP”