Support of the Philippines for developing and implementing national contributions to the international climate change regime
As of: November 2018
Objective and activities
The project strengthens the Climate Change Commission (CCC) and other key actors in implementing and coordinating the national climate change regime as well as developing and operationalizing national contributions to the international climate change regime. Projects results will be fed into the international climate change regime by the CCC. The project supports mobilization of public and private resources for low carbon and climate resilient solutions, including by support to operationalizing the People's Survival Fund. The implementation of land use and development plans relevant for adaptation secures income and prevents economic damages caused by climate change. Climate-smart economic development increases the competitiveness of the private sector. Renewable energies stabilize the energy supply, increase the attractiveness of the Philippines as an investment location and promote economic development in remote areas.
State of implementation/results
- Philippine delegetation accompanied to a side event at UNFCCC COP 21 on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs)
- implementation of Philippine climate protection measures and goals supported
- training on climate smart planning and local economic development in three region conducted
- implementation of measures to support the flexibility of energy systems assisted
- critical events supported, e.g. NAP-NDC Consensus Building Forum, Business Summit, Panel on National Energy Policy Review and Climate Change Consciousness Week
- The project supports the evaluation and review process of the Nationale Climate Change ction Plan 2011-2028. First results have been verified, challenges in the M&E process been identified and the review has started
- The Ministry of Energy and the Climate Change Commission received support for the development of an MRV tool and a GHG inventory. At the same time, staff received training on how to improve the GHG inventory process.