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G Session 2 - Bruce Dunn ADB

  1. 1. ADB HEALTHY OCEANS PROGRAM Bruce Dunn Director, Safeguards & Chief, Environment Thematic Group, Asian Development Bank
  2. 2. Ecosystem Management Pollution Control Sustainable Coastal and Marine Developments FOCUS AREAS Protecting and restoring coastal and marine ecosystems and key rivers. Reducing land-based sources of marine pollution including solid waste, plastics, wastewater, and agricultural runoff. Improving sustainability in port and coastal infrastructure development. Target: $5 billion (2019–2024) 2
  3. 3. ISSUES: Large and growing finance gap for oceans, lack of bankable projects. OBJECTIVE: To increase the amount and efficacy of financial capital for ocean health and sustainable blue economies APPROACH: Enable innovative finance mechanisms and partnerships as well as supplement traditional funding sources. CURRENT ACTIVITIES: OFI is being piloted in Southeast Asia with support from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Catalytic Green Finance Facility (ACGF) ADB Oceans Finance Initiative
  4. 4. Innovative Mechanisms: ASEAN Catalytic Green Finance Facility (ACGF) Green and Blue Projects • A separate concessional (IFF) financing window for CAM, LAO, MYA • Launched in 2019, the ACGF is a regionally owned green finance vehicle under the ASEAN Infrastructure Fund • 13 partners and project financing commitments of $1.4 billion. • Pilots the ADB Oceans Financing Initiative in Southeast Asia. • Combines innovative financial structuring with funding for de-risking projects to enhance bankability and attract private capital. • Pipeline of 17 green projects and helping Indonesia and Cambodia to develop blended marine financing vehicles. 1. Project Preparation Support (Grants for Technical Assistance) 2. De-risking funds (Two Step Priced Sovereign Loan) 3. Knowledge and Capacity Building Support (Technical Assistance) ACGF aims to leverage each $1 of public funds to attract at least $3 of commercial funds to projects
  5. 5. Flagship Program: From Source to Sea: Towards a Plastic-Free Ocean 5 Building on ADB’s country-specific and sub-regional initiatives to reduce plastic pollution, this new regional TA program aims to reduce marine plastic pollution by boosting investment in ISWM and circular economy. Promoting Action on Plastic Pollution from Source to Sea in Asia and the Pacific • Government led national and city action plans • Collaborative forums • Plastic pollution reduction investments and pilot demonstrations • Policy reforms to stimulate circular economy, including use of market-based instruments • Circular business hub and test facility in Indonesia • Studies and promotion of knowledge focusing on infrastructure and technology; circular plastics economy and green jobs potential; financing solutions • National Finance Roadmaps • Healthy Oceans Technology and Innovation Forum • Support for knowledge-sharing, regional cooperation activities and cross-country learning Current countries: Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Viet Nam, with aim to expand and scale-up Key partners to date: Governments of Japan and Korea; GEF; GPAP; US EPA, WWF, plus others
  6. 6. THANK YOU For Further Information Contact: Deborah Robertson Environment Specialist Environment Thematic Group, ADB drobertson@adb.org ADB Healthy Oceans Action Plan

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