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Thai-German Climate Change Policy Programme

As of: April 2020

Objective and activities

In its NDC, Thailand is committed to ambitious mitigation targets and defines priority areas for adaptation to climate change. For a successful NDC implementation it is necessary to improve individual and institutional capacities as well as cooperation between ministries and authorities. The climate programme starts there and supports Thailand with a cross-sectoral approach, including the operationalization of the NDC and anchoring in five sectoral plans, the implementation of the NDCs at the sub-national level, the establishment of a MRV system, the mobilization of funds for NDC implementation and the extension of international cooperation. As a key project with interface function of IKI, the programme ensures the cooperation between the IKI projects. By promoting NDC implementation, the programme supports the decarbonisation of the Thai economy in the long term and strengthens the adaptability of Thailand to the effects of climate change.
Predecessor project(s)
Support to the Strategic Alignment and Implementation of Climate Change Policy in Thailand

State of implementation/results

  • On 26 July 2018, the Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) and GIZ’s Climate Policy Project organised a kickoff event to propel national climate change policy towards subnational implementation in 60 provinces across the country. Furthermore, a training on the subject was held on 8 - 10 August 2018 with support from the project.
  • On the basis of precedingwork andin close coopeation with ONEP, activities are being intensified and support for the integration of climate protection into domestic development plans will be given to 60 more provinces:…

Project data


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

Partner institution(s):
  • Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE)

BMU grant:
17.897.324,92 €

01/2018  till  12/2021


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