As of: January 2018
Vertically integrated climate protection (VICLIM)
Objective and activities
In many countries climate policy makers do not have sufficient capacities on national and subnational level and exemplary experiences in order to analyze cities’ mitigation potentials and to transform it systematically into effective climate efforts. The project thus aims at strengthening capacities of climate relevant decision makers and institutions to include subnational mitigation potential into an ambitious national climate policy. To this end, a) framework conditions for enhancing subnational mitigation efforts in partner countries will be improved, b) existing municipal approaches will be supported/expanded, c) activities building on the experiences of the German National Climate Initiative (NKI) will be developed, and d) international learning processes initiated. Exchange/dialogue events and collaboration with established climate and urban relevant networks ensure the multiplication of knowledge and findings.
State of implementation/results
- Supported by this project, Mexican representatives from the Environmental Ministry of the Federal State of Jalisco have, together with their colleagues from the municipal level from Jalisco, developed a set of funding and quality criteria for climate projects on municipal level. The criteria can support the Federal State's budgetary planning when setting up climate measures; furthermore, the criteria may be used by the municipal level for planning of climate action and for applying for climate funding.