The report is an output of the OECD Environment Directorate, in close collaboration with the Development Co-operation Directorate:

  • The analysis and drafting of the report were led by Tomáš Hos with significant contributions from Chiara Falduto, and under the supervision of Raphaël Jachnik as well as guidance from Jane Ellis and Simon Buckle.

  • The report further benefited from inputs and comments from Julia Benn, Giorgio Gualberti, Nicolina Lamhauge, Cécile Sangaré, Haje Schütte and Jens Sedemund.

Michael Gonter (Trade and Agriculture Directorate) provided data on climate-related officially-supported export credits recorded under the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits, as well as reviewed corresponding sections of the report.


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