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Climate Policy Programme Brazil (PoMuC)

As of: April 2021

The “Climate Policy Programme“ supports the Brazilian government in the successful implementation of selected areas of the national climate policy. This includes the development of a transparency system together with the Ministry of the Environment, monitoring the progress of Brazilian NDC implementation activities. The programme supports the Ministry with regard to the governance structure for the implementation of the REDD+ Strategy. As part of the implementation of the National Adaptation Plan, the programme provides advice for the creation of vulnerability maps. Institutional capacities of the National Climate Fund as well as in the field of climate finance are being strengthened.

State of implementation/results

  • 2017/18: Support of inter-ministerial working group, developing a legislative proposal to reform the national Climate Fund.
  • 2017: Support of the preparation of the 1st Monitoring Report on the Implementation of the NAP (regarding adaptation the Brazilian NDC refers to the NAP).
  • 15.12.2017: 1st IKI interface meeting to identify synergies and initiate exchange between the IKI projects in Brazil.
  • September 2018: Start of the cooperation with the Institute of Applied Economics (Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada, IPEA) for the analysis of the national climate budget.
  • 13 November, 2018: 2nd IKI interface meeting on "Climate and Biodiversity: Communication with Impact".
  • 12 and 13 November, 2018: Presentation of the preliminary set of indicators for the REDD+ Safeguards Information System at the national level (SISREDD +) at a stakeholder seminar.
  • 21. and 22 November, 2018: Presentation of the results of the study on vulnerability maps for all 5,570 Brazilian communities in the three risk categories of droughts, floods and landslides in front of representatives at federal and community level. The maps are available in the download area of the GIZ PoMuC project website. To access the files (shapes) and visualize the georeferenced information, the use of the SIGs software is required. The images of the cards are accessible without any further requirements.
  • December 2018: Presentation of the results of vulnerability studies at a side event at COP-24 at the Brazil Pavilion in Katowice under the topic "Adapting to climate change: Identifying impacts, vulnerabilities and implementing adaptation measures".
  • January 2019: Partnership with the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) signed to organize the 3rd call of the Brazil Innovation Lab for Climate Finance (Brazil Lab) to mobilize private climate finance.
  • March 2020 Two financing instruments from the 3rd call selected for further support and announced on the Lab's homepage. An info sheet (in Portuguese) on the Brazil Lab and its selected instruments is available in the download area of the Portuguese-language PoMuC project website of GIZ.
  • April 2020: Organization of working groups to promote the new Brazil Lab financial instruments.
  • September 2019: Finalization of the ex-ante impact analysis of a nationally mandatory, company-related greenhouse gas reporting system. All studies (in Portugues) can be found in the download area of the GIZ PoMuC project website.
  • 13 November, 2019: 3rd IKI interface meeting on the topic of "Climate protection and biodiversity at subnational level".
  • June 2020: Support of ABEMA (Association of Federal Environmental Agencies) at online events with an average of 100 participants to support the states in meeting their climate protection commitments.
  • June 2020: Submission of the results for the analysis of the national climate budget by IPEA.

Project data


Implementing organisation:
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH - Brazil

Political partner(s):
  • Ministry of Environment - Brazil

Implementing partner(s):
  • Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA)
  • Ministry of Economy - Brazil
  • Ministry of Environment - Brazil

BMU grant:
9.000.000,00 €

08/2016  till  11/2021


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