Mitigation

Indonesia First Mitigation Fiscal Framework (UNDP)

Climate public expenditure and institutional reviews (CPEIR) have been carried out in a number of Asian countries, with several others well underway in Africa and Latin America. These studies help countries to align national climate policies with national development policies and budgets. They also indicate that very significant levels of national spending are already contributing towards addressing climate change.

Samoa: Climate Public Expenditure & Institutional Review (UNDP)

Climate public expenditure and institutional reviews (CPEIR) have been carried out in a number of Asian countries, with several others well underway in Africa and Latin America. These studies help countries to align national climate policies with national development policies and budgets. They also indicate that very significant levels of national spending are already contributing towards addressing climate change.

Cambodia: Climate Public Expenditure & Institutional Review (UNDP)

Climate public expenditure and institutional reviews (CPEIR) have been carried out in a number of Asian countries, with several others well underway in Africa and Latin America. These studies help countries to align national climate policies with national development policies and budgets. They also indicate that very significant levels of national spending are already contributing towards addressing climate change.

Thailand: Climate Public Expenditure & Institutional Review (UNDP)

Climate public expenditure and institutional reviews (CPEIR) have been carried out in a number of Asian countries, with several others well underway in Africa and Latin America. These studies help countries to align national climate policies with national development policies and budgets. They also indicate that very significant levels of national spending are already contributing towards addressing climate change.

Bangladesh: Climate Public Expenditure & Institutional Review (UNDP)

Climate public expenditure and institutional reviews (CPEIR) have been carried out in a number of Asian countries, with several others well underway in Africa and Latin America. These studies help countries to align national climate policies with national development policies and budgets. They also indicate that very significant levels of national spending are already contributing towards addressing climate change.

Nepal: Climate Public Expenditure & Institutional Review (UNDP)

Climate public expenditure and institutional reviews (CPEIR) have been carried out in a number of Asian countries, with several others well underway in Africa and Latin America. These studies help countries to align national climate policies with national development policies and budgets. They also indicate that very significant levels of national spending are already contributing towards addressing climate change.

Investment & Financial Flows (I&FF) Methodology (UNDP)

Building upon the UNFCCC's global, top down analysis of the costs of climate change, UNDP commissioned a User Guidebook to support developing countries to undertake a bottom-up, national sectoral analyses of the costs of adapting to the impacts of climate change and mitigating GHG emissions. The User Guidebook, which was developed by UNDP with a group of international experts and regional centres of excellence, comprises:

Developing Financeable NAMAs: A Practitioner’s Guide (IISD)

The guide book offers a quick screen methodology to identify NAMA opportunities with potential for climate financing, and a deep screen methodology to analyze and determine the most appropriate development options to meet country-specific needs. And the process has been tailored to produce NAMA Concepts and Proposals that align with the requirements of the UNFCCC NAMA registry that will open this year. The guide walks policy makers through all the steps needed to successfully develop NAMAs and demonstrate preparedness to access available funding.  

The Methane Finance Study Group Report: Using Pay-for-Performance Mechanisms to Finance Methane Abatement

The Methane Finance Study Group, upon the request of the G8, has published a report which considers pay-for-performance mechanisms for methane abatement. The analysis complements the Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s (CCAC) work on finance by focusing on an efficient method to deliver public finance to abate one SLCP (methane).

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