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Policy Advice for Climate Resilient Economic Development

As of: September 2020

Objective and activities

The capacities for the assessment of country-specific climate change impacts on economic development with the help of quantitative modelling are insufficient in many countries. Quantifying the economic climate change impacts can help to take informed political decisions for a climate resilient economic policy. This serves as a basis for shifting investment into sustainable sectors, and to support effective adaptation planning. This global project aims at piloting methods and instruments for modelling the economic impacts of climate change to the benefit of policy design for governments and development actors. Ministries of Economy/Planning in the programme’s three pilot countries (Kazakhstan, Viet Nam, Georgia) will be supported to carry out the modelling and to develop climate resilient economic policies and effective adaptation planning based on the results.

Project data

Georgia, Kazakhstan, Vietnam

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

Partner institution(s):
  • Ministry of National Economy – Kazakhstan, Ministry of Planning and Investment - Viet Nam
  • Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM),Institute of Economic Research

BMU grant:
4.000.000,00 €

01/2019  till  12/2022

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