Since 2018, INKA Consult has contributed with text and data to the Danish government's climate finance reporting to OECD, annual submissions to the European Union and Denmark’s Biennial Report to the UNFCCC (latest in BR5, covering 2019-20). This has been done in teams led by Hans Peter Dejgaard. 

INKA Consult has authored and researched various reports for international NGOs on the levels, quality, and characteristics of public climate finance provided by developed countries to developing countries for climate action, including: 

a. Here At this link the report about European Climate finance that was publised 6 June 2024 for the Bonn negotiations for Climate Action Network (CAN) 

b. Here is new Oxfam climate financeshadow report 2023and the article in the Guardian in June 2023. A comprehensive analysis of global flows of public climate finance towards the annual pledge of developed countries to provide and mobilise $100bn of climate finance annually. View the 2018 report here, and the 2020 reporthere. Here article in the Guardian and before COP26 in Financial Times. Furthermore the report published for COP27: Climate Finance Short Changed Report 2022

c. OxfamUS's report 'Unaccountable Accounting' (October 2022) audited the World Bank’s reported $17 billion climate finance (2020). It was covered in the Guardian,ABC Newsand Washington Post.  Furthermore, OxfamAsia report about Asia Development Bank (May 2024), OxfamIntermon report on West Africa (Sept. 2022) and the INKA detailed report on West Africa. Furthermore, INKA produced the Oxfam report about climate finance in Asia.     

d. CARE  report on 'new and additional' climate finance: Seeing Double (2023) and the previous version at this link (June 2022) and covered in Forbes article.  

e. CARE's Hollow Commitments: An analysis of developed countries’ climate finance plans. Here thelink to the updated report from June 2023 and CARE text here. Rich countries are falling behind on their pledges to help the poor world tackle the climate crisis. View the first version of the report here and article in the Guardian. and a quote in Washington Post

f. Climate Adaptation Finance: Fact or Fiction? (CARE, 2021) – an international synthesis report of CARE’s adaptation finance tracking project, assessing 112 adaptation projects across six developing countries: Vietnam, Nepal, Ethiopia, Uganda and Ghana. View the report here and an article from AFP. 

g. An Analysis of the Climate Finance Reporting of the European Union – including EU and EFTA member states (2021). View the INKA report here. With the analysis also featured in two policy briefs produced by ACT Alliance EU: Setting the Standard (January, 2021); and Falling Short (September, 2020). View Setting the Standard report here and Falling Short (ACT release here). Here article in Spiegel.  

h. A report at this link about gender integration in Nordic climate programmes that was launed by ACT at COP28 (4 December 2023). This is an update of a report presented at sideevent in COP26 in Glasgow: More space for women’s leadership - Lessons from Nordic Efforts to Integrate Gender Equality in Climate Finance. Here Chris presentation in video

i. Link to report: Danish Biodiversity-Relevant Development Finance. Christopher Roy & Hans Peter Dejgaard. INKA Consult (2021). See summary from page 4 and a link to article in Politiken 15 juni 2021.         

j. Funding what counts – Assessment of Channels for Increasing Norwegian Climate Finance (Norwegian NGO Forum. 2020). See link  

k. Counting what counts - Analysis of Norwegian Climate Finance and International Climate Finance Reporting. (Norwegian NGO Forum, 2017). View the report here.

m. Analysis of Danish climate finance (DanChurchAid, CARE Denmark, Oxfam IBIS, 2017). View the report here

Since 2017, in teams led by Hans Peter Dejgaard, INKA Consult has contributed with text and data to the Danish government's Biennial Reports to UNFCCC and annual submissions to the European Union, including:

- (will soon be published): Denmark’s 5th Biennial Report to the UNFCCC (BR5, covering 2019-20). 

- Denmark’s Fourth Biennial Report to the UNFCCC (BR4, covering 2017-18). Official figures can be accessed at this link, with the 25 page finance chapter available at this link. Furthermore, we have made a brief 8 page version with key information available here.   

- Denmark’s Third Biennial Report to the UNFCCC (BR3, covering 2015-16). Official figures can be accessed at this link, with the official report accessed here (see pages 304-325 for information surrounding climate finance).

- Denmark’s reporting to EU for 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. Official figures on both Denmark’s climate finance commitments and disbursements can be accessed here (Monitoring Mechanism Regulation MMR). Another link is for the newer GRs at Reportnet 3, where Danmark here can be found for year 2020.