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  1. Role of ODA in Financing Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Dialogue Seminar on Scaling up Biodiversity fFnance, 6th-9th March 2012, Quito, Ecuador Bente Herstad Director, Department of Climate, Environment and Natural Resources,

  2. Capital flows Side/Page

  3. Busan: Aid and beyond • New financial architecture with new strong actors; • Developing economies; • Private funds; • From aid efficiency to development efficiency; • Aid has to be used more strategically to release other and larger streams of capital for development Side/Page

  4. Four common principles for ODA adopted in Busan • Ownership • Results based • Inclusive partnerships • Transparency and responsibility Side/Page

  5. Challenges for increasing the funding of biodiversity • Ownership –Ministries of Finance/Planning responsible for the dialogues with the donors have to give biodiversity priority • Results based – design programs/initiatives inside and outside the traditional sectors proving the positive impacts of biodiversity on society • Inclusive partnerships – link ut with new partners; private sector, filantropies and diaspora • Transparency and responsibility – education and training Side/Page

  6. Norwegian aid by topic Side/Page

  7. Biodiversity programs • Climate forest initiative; REDDiness – multi/bilateral • EAF Nansen Programme Fisheries management – multi/bilateral • Mangroves for the Future (IUCN) • Community based natural resources management - bilateral • Agricultural genetic resources - multi • Climate resilient agriculture Side/Page

  8. Programs impacting significantly biodiversity • Tax for development • Public financial management • Governance • Anti corruption Side/Page