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General Information

Contributing PartyDescriptionPeriodLinksAmount (millions)CurrencyReport
European Union (European Commission) 2011 - 2013/2014Links50.00EUR2011
European Union (European Commission) 2011 - 2017Links100.00EUR2012
European Union (European Commission) 2011-2017Links155.00EUR2013
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Detailed information

Contributing PartyDescriptionAmount (millions)PeriodCurrencyReportFootnotes
European Union (European Commission)Mitigation Technology5.0002011 - 2013/2014EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union (European Commission)Carbon market mechanism5.0002011-2017EUR2013This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)REDD+7.0002011 - 2013/2014EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union (European Commission)Carbon market mechanisms5.0002011 - 2013/2014EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union (European Commission)MRV, LEDS8.0002011 - 2013/2014EUR2011This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section
European Union (European Commission)Adaptation50.0002011 - 2017EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)Mitigation11.7002011 - 2017EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)Adaptation/Mitigation3.3002011 - 2017EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)Carbon market mechanisms5.0002011 - 2017EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)Mitigation/Technology5.0002011 - 2017EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)MRV, LEDS8.0002011 - 2017EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)REDD+17.0002011 - 2017EUR2012This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)Adaptation57.0002011-2017EUR2013This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)Mitigation49.7002011-2017EUR2013This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
European Union (European Commission)Adaptation/Mitigation8.3002011-2017EUR2013This is general information separate from project based information displayed in the recipient country section.
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Recipients

Contributing PartyRecipient PartyDescriptionRegionFundTypeActivityInstitutionAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
European Union (European Commission)BeninL’objectif global du projet est de lutter contre les effets du changement climatique et accompagner la Stratégie de Croissance pour la Réduction de la Pauvreté. Les objectifs spécifiques du projet sont les suivants : (1) Réduire les effets des inondations en promouvant la conservation et l’utilisation durable des Forêts galeries du fleuve Ouémé sous forme d’un réseau de zones de conservation communautaires incorporées dans le système national des aires protégées. (2) Doter le Bénin d’infrastructures géographiques de base pour aider à la gestion forestière dans le pays, informer la Stratégie de Croissance pour la Réduction de la Pauvreté, le Programme National de Gestion de l’Environnement, et le sous Programme d’Action National d’Adaptation aux changements climatiques.  Adaptation  8.000EUR20132011-2016
European Union (European Commission)BeninL’objectif global du projet est de lutter contre les effets du changement climatique et accompagner la Strat?gie de Croissance pour la R?duction de la Pauvret?. Les objectifs sp?cifiques du projet sont les suivants : (1) R?duire les effets des inondations en promouvant la conservation et l’utilisation durable des For?ts galeries du fleuve Ou?m? sous forme d’un r?seau de zones de conservation communautaires incorpor?es dans le syst?me national des aires prot?g?es. (2) Doter le B?nin d’infrastructures g?ographiques de base pour aider ? la gestion foresti?re dans le pays, informer la Strat?gie de Croissance pour la R?duction de la Pauvret?, le Programme National de Gestion de l’Environnement, et le sous Programme d’Action National d’Adaptation aux changements climatiques.  Adaptation  8.000EUR20122011-2016
European Union (European Commission)BhutanThe overall objective of the proposed Global Climate Change Alliance-programme is to enhance resilience of Bhutan's rural households to the effects of climate change. The specific objective is to ensure climate change readiness of the Renewable Natural Resources sector in Bhutan by mainstreaming climate change into the sector and ensuring steps are taken towards increasingly addressing climate change adaptation at multi-sectoral level.  Adaptation  3.600EUR20132012-2016
European Union (European Commission)BhutanThe overall objective of the proposed Global Climate Change Alliance-programme is to enhance resilience of Bhutan's rural households to the effects of climate change. The specific objective is to ensure climate change readiness of the Renewable Natural Resources sector in Bhutan by mainstreaming climate change into the sector and ensuring steps are taken towards increasingly addressing climate change adaptation at multi-sectoral level.  Adaptation  3.600EUR20122012-2016
European Union (European Commission)Burkina FasoL’objectif spécifique du projet est d'aider le Burkina Faso à améliorer la gestion durable décentralisée des ressources forestières pour un développement socio-économique vert, et par une amélioration de la gouvernance climatique au niveau national.  Mitigation  8.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission)Central African Republicgestion durable et responsable des ressources naturelles; lappui à la gouvernance et à l’Etat de droit en zone d’exploitation forestière, en vue de contribuer à la réduction des émissions liées à la déforestation et à la dégradation des forêts  Mitigation  4.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission)Chile, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, Uganda, ZambiaEU-UNDP Climate Change Capacity Building Programme   LEDS, MRVUnited Nations Development Programme (UNDP)8.000EUR20112011-2014
European Union (European Commission)Chile, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, Uganda, ZambiaKenya, Uganda, Zambia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Morocco, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile, Philippines: In consultation with MRV/LEDS The overall objectives of the programme are to strengthen the capacity of developing countries a) to monitor, report and verify greenhouse gas emissions; b) to identify opportunities for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the context of national development; and to support the design of low-emission development strategies (LEDS) and c) to facilitate the uptake of mitigation actions by selected sectors, with the participation of the private sector, as appropriate, taking into account national priorities and circumstances and national economic plans.    United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)8.000EUR20132011-2014
European Union (European Commission)Chile, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, Uganda, ZambiaThe overall objectives of the programme are to strengthen the capacity of developing countries a) to monitor, report and verify greenhouse gas emissions; b) to identify opportunities for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the context of national development; and to support the design of low-emission development strategies (LEDS) and c) to facilitate the uptake of mitigation actions by selected sectors, with the participation of the private sector, as appropriate, taking into account national priorities and circumstances and national economic plans.   LEDS, MRVUnited Nations Development Programme (UNDP)8.000EUR20122011-2014
European Union (European Commission)EthiopiaEthiopia Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA-E): Building the national capacity and knowledge on climate change resilient adaptation actions  Adaptation AFD/GTZ8.000EUR20112011-2013
European Union (European Commission)EthiopiaTotal EC Contribution: ˆ13.7M (of which ˆ8M counting as fast start). The overall objective is to contribute towards the construction of a carbon neutral and climate resilient economy .The specific objective is to increase the awareness and capacity of targeted Government institutions both at federal and regional levels and of the rural population at large to deal with climate change. R1: EPA has the institutional capacities to coordinate and mainstream climate change into policy, regulatory and strategic development planning. R2: A knowledge base is developed that allows stakeholders at all levels (national, regional and local) to build resilience to climate change impacts. R3: Climate change activities in the context of CNCR-E have successfully been field tested in the areas of the SLM programme of the MoARD.  Adaptation AFD/GTZ8.000EUR20132011-2013
European Union (European Commission)EthiopiaTotal EC Contribution: €13.7M (of which €8M counting as fast start). The overall objective is to contribute towards the construction of a carbon neutral and climate resilient economy .The specific objective is to increase the awareness and capacity of targeted Government institutions both at federal and regional levels and of the rural population at large to deal with climate change. R1: EPA has the institutional capacities to coordinate and mainstream climate change into policy, regulatory and strategic development planning. R2: A knowledge base is developed that allows stakeholders at all levels (national, regional and local) to build resilience to climate change impacts. R3: Climate change activities in the context of CNCR-E have successfully been field tested in the areas of the SLM programme of the MoARD.  Adaptation AFD/GTZ8.000EUR20122011-2013
European Union (European Commission)GambiaThe overall objective of the project is to contribute to the capability of the government and people of Gambia to adapt to increased climate variability and change. The specific objectives are (i) to strengthen national level capacity to plan for and respond to climate change impacts in coastal areas and (ii) to contribute to mainstreaming climate change into development planning.  Adaptation  3.860EUR20132012-2016
European Union (European Commission)GambiaThe overall objective of the project is to contribute to the capability of the government and people of The Gambia to adapt to increased climate variability and change. The specific objectives are (i) to strengthen national level capacity to plan for and respond to climate change impacts in coastal areas and (ii) to contribute to mainstreaming climate change into development planning.  Adaptation  3.860EUR20122012-2016
European Union (European Commission)Lao People's Democratic RepublicThe overall objective of the intervention is to mainstream climate change into Government of Lao PDR’s poverty eradication efforts by promoting sustainable natural resources management and improved land management. The purpose (specific objectives) of the intervention is: 1. To strengthen the climate change related institutional, policy and regulatory framework; 2. To pilot sustainable and climate resilient land use approaches and adapted farming systems at local level to inform policy making and improve communities' livelihoods and resilience to climate change.  Adaptation  5.000EUR20132012-2017
European Union (European Commission)Lao People's Democratic RepublicThe overall objective of the intervention is to mainstream climate change into Government of Lao PDR's poverty eradication efforts by promoting sustainable natural resources management and improved land management. The purpose (specific objectives) of the intervention is: 1. To strengthen the climate change related institutional, policy and regulatory framework; 2. To pilot sustainable and climate resilient land use approaches and adapted farming systems at local level to inform policy making and improve communities' livelihoods and resilience to climate change.  Adaptation  5.000EUR20122012-2017
European Union (European Commission)NepalBuilding climate resilience in Nepal  Adaptation DFID - Department for International Development7.000EUR20112011-2013
European Union (European Commission)NepalTotal EC Contribution: ˆ8M (of which ˆ7M counting as fast start). Other MS will also contribute. Build capacity of Government of Nepal to develop, cost, budget and implement evidence-based policy and measures aimed at mainstreaming climate change in key development sectors (agriculture, forestry, water and energy), including through public private partnerships. R1: Capacity of relevant institutions at national and local levels to support the design, implementation and monitoring of climate change mainstreaming interventions strengthened. R2: Local and sub-regional level mechanisms to test and promote scalable initiatives for climate adaptation and resilience put in place (based on the watershed approach).  Adaptation DFID - Department for International Development7.000EUR20132011-2013
European Union (European Commission)NepalTotal EC Contribution: €8M (of which €7M counting as fast start). Other MS will also contribute. Build capacity of Government of Nepal to develop, cost, budget and implement evidence-based policy and measures aimed at mainstreaming climate change in key development sectors (agriculture, forestry, water and energy), including through public private partnerships. R1: Capacity of relevant institutions at national and local levels to support the design, implementation and monitoring of climate change mainstreaming interventions strengthened. R2: Local and sub-regional level mechanisms to test and promote scalable initiatives for climate adaptation and resilience put in place (based on the watershed approach).  Adaptation DFID - Department for International Development7.000EUR20122011-2013
European Union (European Commission)Papua New GuineaThe overall objective of the project is to contribute to the implementation of Papua New Guinea's climate change policies and measures on mitigation. The purpose of the project is to support the Papua New Guinea Forest Authority to implement a continuous and multi-purpose National Forest Inventory (NFI).  Mitigation  6.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission)SamoaThe overall objective of the intervention is to support the National Strategy for Development of Samoa to reduce poverty and hardship, and to provide social and economic opportunities, for the people of Samoa, by integrating climate change into national and sector development planning, budgeting and implementation. Specifically, the intervention will support the integration of climate change in the water sector policies and plans and support the implementation of selected adaptation measures in the sector. The purpose of this sector policy support programme is to strengthen the integration of climate change adaptation into the updated of the Water for Life Sector Plan 2012-16, and to mitigate the impact of flooding in central Apia through rehabilitation of priority drainage infrastructure and introduction of an effective maintenance programme.  Adaptation  3.000EUR20132012-2014
European Union (European Commission)SamoaThe overall objective of the intervention is to support the National Strategy for Development of Samoa to reduce poverty and hardship, and to provide social and economic opportunities, for the people of Samoa, by integrating climate change into national and sector development planning, budgeting and implementation. Specifically, the intervention will support the integration of climate change in the water sector policies and plans and support the implementation of selected adaptation measures in the sector. The purpose of this sector policy support programme is to strengthen the integration of climate change adaptation into the updated of the Water for Life Sector Plan 2012-16, and to mitigate the impact of flooding in central Apia through rehabilitation of priority drainage infrastructure and introduction of an effective maintenance programme.  Adaptation  3.000EUR20122012-2014
European Union (European Commission) Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation ProgrammeAfrica Regional MitigationTechnologyGTZ/AFD5.000EUR20112011-2014
European Union (European Commission) Increasing climate resilience of Pacific Small Islands States through the Global Climate Change AlliancePacific Adaptation The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)10.000EUR20112011-2013
European Union (European Commission) Partnership for Market Readiness; Pilot countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America (to be defined)Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America  Carbon market mechanismsWorld Bank5.000EUR20112011-2014
European Union (European Commission) Support to the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility's Readiness Fund (possibly including provisions for support to REDD+ Partnership actions / Paris-Oslo process)Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America, PacificForest Carbon Partnership Facility - Readiness FundMitigationREDD+World Bank4.000EUR20112011-2014
European Union (European Commission) EU REDD FacilityAfrica Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America MitigationREDD+European Forestry Institute3.000EUR20112011-2014
European Union (European Commission) 2010 AAP ENRTP (Part II) Fast-start fundingGlobal  REDD 5.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission) AAP 2010 ENRTP Part 2 (Fast-start funding)Global Mitigation  5.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission) The global objective is to support/contribute to the promotion of low emission, urban development in developing economies. The specific objectives are: 1) To create up to 8 model cities or metropolitan areas in countries with developing economies within Africa, Asia and Latin America, in order to demonstrate and showcase low carbon development strategies under conditions of rapid growth and transition through knowledge transfer and technical support ; 2) To create a networking system which will promote emission mitigation measures in urban development through the transfer of technical expertise, technology, research, innovation and financing Multi Mitigation  5.000EUR20132012-2015
European Union (European Commission) Pilot countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America (to be defined): Within the overall principle of enhancing forests’ contribution to poverty reduction, sustainable economic development, and mitigation of the impacts of climate change by reducing deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries, the general objective of the action is to assist developing countries in preparing for REDD, in particular with regard to forest governance related issues. The specific objective of the action is to provide effective support to the emergence of the REDD mechanisms in developing countries and to help them build their capacity and improve forest governance for REDD by buiding on work done under the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) programme and other on-going initiatives.Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America  REDD+European Forestry Institute3.000EUR20132011-2014
European Union (European Commission) The overall objective of the RECP is to stimulate sustainable economic and social development in Africa through an increased use of Africa’s renewable energy sources. The purpose of the EU support to the start-up phase is that a basis is established for the comprehensive 10 year Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (including inputs to planning/preparation and mobilising stronger EU MS involvement), and that the first activities of the programme  are successfully implemented including on policy and market development and on mobilisation of finance.Africa Regional MitigationTechnologyGTZ/AFD5.000EUR20132011-2014
European Union (European Commission) Strategic Cooperation Agreement (SCA) between European Commission and UNEP (covering ENRTP priorities 1, 2 and 3.3 – Support for mainstreaming) – managed by DG DEVCO. General objective: “to integrate environmental protection requirements and climate change action into the Community’s development and other external policies and topromote the Community’s environmental, climate and energy policies abroad.Global Mitigation  5.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission) Strategic Cooperation Agreement (SCA) between European Commission and UNEP (covering ENRTP priorities 1, 2 and 3.3 – Support for mainstreaming) – managed by DG DEVCO. General objective: “to integrate environmental protection requirements and climate change action into the Community’s development and other external policies and topromote the Community’s environmental, climate and energy policies abroad.Global Adaptation, Mitigation  5.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission) Total EC Contribution: ˆ11.4M (of which ˆ10M counting as fast start). Promote a long term/strategic approach to adaptation to CC planning and budgets and to pave the way towards more effective and coordinated aid delivery modalities at national and regional level in the sector of CC. Complementarty to GTZ actions in the Pacific. R1 (national level): Beneficiary countries are better equipped to mainstream CC in policies, planning processes and country budgets allowing for the increased use of the budget support aid cooperation modality. R2 (regional level): Regional capacity to support national adaptation needs is strengthenedPacific Adaptation The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)10.000EUR20132011-2013
European Union (European Commission) the present project will support the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States' (OECS) efforts in enhancing the resilience of its Member States to the impacts of global climate change by defining and implementing sustainable land management strategies and practicesCaribbean Adaptation  7.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission) The global objective of this action is to support the UNREDD programme to deliver more support to developing countries on REDD+ preparation, both through national support and through global support. This support will enable UNREDD to serve more countries and to strengthen its GPA on Governance aspects: Developed parties have committed through the Cancun Agreement to provide adequate and predictable support to countries preparing for REDD+ activities so that they can develop their national strategies and capacities focusing on governance, forest information, drivers, and policy reforms. This will allow REDD+ countries to provide regular, complete and meaningful data demonstrating the effectiveness of their efforts in tackling deforestation. EU contribution to the UNDP Multi Donor Trust Fund (Legal Entity) which feeds the UN-REDD Programme by FAO, UNEP and UNDP in addition to other co-donors: Norway EUR 98 Million approximately, Denmark EUR 5.5 Million approximately, Japan EUR 2 Million approximately, Spain EUR 1 Million approximately.Multi  REDD+ 10.000EUR20132011-2015
European Union (European Commission) Total EC contribution: ˆ5M (of which ˆ1.5M count as FSF). The goal of the Climate Change Adaptation Initiative is: “An economically prosperous, socially just and environmentally sound Mekong River Basin responsive and adapting to the challenges induced by climate change”, reflecting the overall vision of the MRC. Inherent to the goal is a commitment to poverty reduction, gender responsiveness and ecological sustainability in adapting to climate change. The objective is: “Climate change adaptation planning and implementation is guided by improved strategies and plans at various levels and in priority locations throughout the LMB”. The CCAI focus on the basin-wide level, addressing basin wide and trans-boundary issues and the sectors for which the MRC has a mandate and experience (flood and drought, agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture, hydropower, and river transport).Lower Mekong Basin Adaptation  1.540EUR20132011-2015
European Union (European Commission) The overall objectives of this extension of the Programme continue to be to strengthen the capacity of developing countries to design GHG inventory management systems, develop MRV systems, identify opportunities for NAMAs, support the design of LEDS and promote the adoption of mitigation actions by selected sectors, with the participation of Industry. National priorities and circumstances and national economic plans are always taken into account. Capacity building is also an important building block of sectoral approaches for climate action. A second part of the Programme would provide support to an additional 8 countries. The Programme will be carried out over 4 years and include two components: a) Public sector capacity building on MRV and LEDS and b) Industry capacity building for mitigation actions. However, it is important to note that a second phase of the EU-UNDP Programme would focus on the Public Sector and not split countries on the basis of these two components. Rather, based on recommendations from countries included in Phase 1, countries will determine to what extent activities related to Industry will be addressed. At a minimum, and depending on the scope of the projects of these additional countries, the private sectors or representatives of selected industries will be included in the stakeholder processes. Selection of countries will continue to be based on capacity building needs and priorities for support. The Programme will build on the infrastructure, experience and lessons learned, expanding the initiative to other countries. An expanded indicative list of 25 countries is provided at the end of this Action Fiche, from which, 8 countries will be selected on the basis of discussions with the UNDP regional centres, EU Delegations in the host countries, UNDP country offices, and respective government focal points.Multi Mitigation  5.000EUR20132011-2015
European Union (European Commission) The project has three main objectives: (1) Assist countries in building a country-specific evidence base for developing strategies and roadmaps. This includes identification of: (i) agricultural practices where there are potential synergies and trade-offs between food security and agricultural adaptation/mitigation, (ii) household-level and institutional constraints that need to be addressed in order to secure these synergies, and (iii) possible policy options to enable adoption of these practices. (2) Support the formulation of nationally-owned roadmaps that prioritise implementation of promising policies and practices, identify the potential and approach for mitigation financing, estimate related costs, identify other enabling needs (capacity building, technology transfer) and show how food security, agricultural sector development, and climate change agendas, institutions and financing could be linked. (3) Support the formulation of pilot project proposals to capture synergies between mitigation, adaptation and food security from agricultural practices that include specific institutional innovations and financing mechanisms to support them.Multi Adaptation, Mitigation  3.300EUR20132011-2014
European Union (European Commission) Total EC contribution is ˆ15M (of which ˆ1.7M is counted as FSF). The CCW's main purpose is to promote additional investments in projects which have climate change as their principal objective. They should contribute to the objective of stabilisation of greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic. Operations should address all relevant fields in line with the ones of the facilities such as transport, energy, and environment sectors and to support social sector such as health and education, and private sector development in the corresponding partner countries. The Facility will support the growth of SMEs, by making available a range of financial instruments in Latin America. The leverage effect of the CCW should generate a multiplying factor of at least 4 to 5 times the amount of financial non-refundable contributions provided. The input of the financing institutions will increase the resources to be directed towards the Latin American beneficiary countries.Multi Mitigation  1.700EUR2013 
European Union (European Commission) The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility currently supports 15 countries in Latin America, 14 countries in Africa and 8 countries in Asia Pacific: The overall development objective of the Facility is to set the stage for a much larger system of positive incentives and financing flows in the future, which is in line with the EU strategy on REDD described above. It is expected that the framework and approaches that will be tested under the FCPF will inform Parties to the UNFCCC as they negotiate a future climate regime which may include REDD. It seeks to create an enabling environment and sponsor a body of knowledge and experience that can facilitate the development of a much larger global program of incentives for REDD over the medium term (5-10 years).Africa Regional, Asia Pacific, Latin America  REDD+World Bank4.000EUR20132011-2014
European Union (European Commission) 2010 AAP Part-II under the ENRTP - Fast-start fundingGlobal Mitigation World Bank10.000EUR20132012
European Union (European Commission) Pilot countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America (to be defined): Overall objective is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally in a cost effective manner by scaling up of the use of carbon market mechanisms in developing countries. Specific objective is to improve capacity of developing countries to develop and implAfrica Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America  Carbon market mechanismsWorld Bank5.000EUR20132011-2014
European Union (European Commission) Within the overall principle of enhancing forests' contribution to poverty reduction, sustainable economic development, and mitigation of the impacts of climate change by reducing deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries, the general objective of the action is to assist developing countries in preparing for REDD, in particular with regard to forest governance related issues. The specific objective of the action is to provide effective support to the emergence of the REDD mechanisms in developing countries and to help them build their capacity and improve forest governance for REDD by buiding on work done under the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) programme and other on-going initiatives.Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America  REDD+European Forestry Institute3.000EUR20122011-2014
European Union (European Commission) Total EC contribution: €5M (of which €1.5M count as FSF). The goal of the Climate Change Adaptation Initiative is: 'An economically prosperous, socially just and environmentally sound Mekong River Basin responsive and adapting to the challenges induced by climate change', reflecting the overall vision of the MRC. Inherent to the goal is a commitment to poverty reduction, gender responsiveness and ecological sustainability in adapting to climate change. The objective is: 'Climate change adaptation planning and implementation is guided by improved strategies and plans at various levels and in priority locations throughout the LMB'. The CCAI focus on the basin-wide level, addressing basin wide and trans-boundary issues and the sectors for which the MRC has a mandate and experience (flood and drought, agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture, hydropower, and river transport).Lower Mekong Basin Adaptation  1.540EUR20122011-2015
European Union (European Commission) The overall objectives of this extension of the Programme continue to be to strengthen the capacity of developing countries to design GHG inventory management systems, develop MRV systems, identify opportunities for NAMAs, support the design of LEDS and promote the adoption of mitigation actions by selected sectors, with the participation of Industry. National priorities and circumstances and national economic plans are always taken into account. Capacity building is also an important building block of sectoral approaches for climate action. A second part of the Programme would provide support to an additional 8 countries. The Programme will be carried out over 4 years and include two components: a) Public sector capacity building on MRV and LEDS and b) Industry capacity building for mitigation actions. However, it is important to note that a second phase of the EU-UNDP Programme would focus on the Public Sector and not split countries on the basis of these two components. Rather, based on recommendations from countries included in Phase 1, countries will determine to what extent activities related to Industry will be addressed. At a minimum, and depending on the scope of the projects of these additional countries, the private sectors or representatives of selected industries will be included in the stakeholder processes. Selection of countries will continue to be based on capacity building needs and priorities for support. The Programme will build on the infrastructure, experience and lessons learned, expanding the initiative to other countries. An expanded indicative list of 25 countries is provided at the end of this Action Fiche, from which, 8 countries will be selected on the basis of discussions with the UNDP regional centres, EU Delegations in the host countries, UNDP country offices, and respective government focal points.Multi Mitigation  5.000EUR20122011-2015
European Union (European Commission) The global objective of this action is to support the UNREDD programme to deliver more support to developing countries on REDD+ preparation, both through national support and through global support. This support will enable UNREDD to serve more countries and to strengthen its GPA on Governance aspects: Developed parties have committed through the Cancun Agreement to provide adequate and predictable support to countries preparing for REDD+ activities so that they can develop their national strategies and capacities focusing on governance, forest information, drivers, and policy reforms. This will allow REDD+ countries to provide regular, complete and meaningful data demonstrating the effectiveness of their efforts in tackling deforestation. EU contribution to the UNDP Multi Donor Trust Fund (Legal Entity) which feeds the UN-REDD Programme by FAO, UNEP and UNDP in addition to other co-donors: Norway EUR 98 Million approximately, Denmark EUR 5.5 Million approximately, Japan EUR 2 Million approximately, Spain EUR 1 Million approximately.Multi  REDD+ 10.000EUR20122011-2015
European Union (European Commission) The overall objective of the RECP is to stimulate sustainable economic and social development in Africa through an increased use of Africa's renewable energy sources. The purpose of the EU support to the start-up phase is that a basis is established for the comprehensive 10 year Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (including inputs to planning/preparation and mobilising stronger EU MS involvement), and that the first activities of the programme' are successfully implemented including on policy and market development and on mobilisation of finance.Africa Regional MitigationTechnologyGTZ/AFD5.000EUR20122011-2014
European Union (European Commission) The overall development objective of the Facility is to set the stage for a much larger system of positive incentives and financing flows in the future, which is in line with the EU strategy on REDD described above. It is expected that the framework and approaches that will be tested under the FCPF will inform Parties to the UNFCCC as they negotiate a future climate regime which may include REDD. It seeks to create an enabling environment and sponsor a body of knowledge and experience that can facilitate the development of a much larger global program of incentives for REDD over the medium term (5-10 years).Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America, Pacific  REDD+World Bank4.000EUR20122011-2014
European Union (European Commission) The global objective is to support/contribute to the promotion of low emission, urban development in developing economies. The specific objectives are: 1) To create up to 8 model cities or metropolitan areas in countries with developing economies within Africa, Asia and Latin America, in order to demonstrate and showcase low carbon development strategies under conditions of rapid growth and transition through knowledge transfer and technical support ; 2) To create a networking system which will promote emission mitigation measures in urban development through the transfer of technical expertise, technology, research, innovation and financing Multi Mitigation  5.000EUR20122012-2015
European Union (European Commission) The project has three main objectives: (1) Assist countries in building a country-specific evidence base for developing strategies and roadmaps. This includes identification of: (i) agricultural practices where there are potential synergies and trade-offs between food security and agricultural adaptation/mitigation, (ii) household-level and institutional constraints that need to be addressed in order to secure these synergies, and (iii) possible policy options to enable adoption of these practices. (2) Support the formulation of nationally-owned roadmaps that prioritise implementation of promising policies and practices, identify the potential and approach for mitigation financing, estimate related costs, identify other enabling needs (capacity building, technology transfer) and show how food security, agricultural sector development, and climate change agendas, institutions and financing could be linked. (3) Support the formulation of pilot project proposals to capture synergies between mitigation, adaptation and food security from agricultural practices that include specific institutional innovations and financing mechanisms to support them.Multi Adaptation, Mitigation  3.300EUR20122011-2014
European Union (European Commission) Total EC Contribution: €11.4M (of which €10M counting as fast start). Promote a long term/strategic approach to adaptation to CC planning and budgets and to pave the way towards more effective and coordinated aid delivery modalities at national and regional level in the sector of CC. Complementarty to GTZ actions in the Pacific. R1 (national level): Beneficiary countries are better equipped to mainstream CC in policies, planning processes and country budgets allowing for the increased use of the budget support aid cooperation modality. R2 (regional level): Regional capacity to support national adaptation needs is strengthenedPacific Adaptation The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)10.000EUR20122011-2013
European Union (European Commission) Total EC contribution is €15M (of which 51.7M is counted as FSF). The CCW's main purpose is to promote additional investments in projects which have climate change as their principal objective. They should contribute to the objective of stabilisation of greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic. Operations should address all relevant fields in line with the ones of the facilities such as transport, energy, and environment sectors and to support social sector such as health and education, and private sector development in the corresponding partner countries. The Facility will support the growth of SMEs, by making available a range of financial instruments in Latin America. The leverage effect of the CCW should generate a multiplying factor of at least 4 to 5 times the amount of financial non-refundable contributions provided. The input of the financing institutions will increase the resources to be directed towards the Latin American beneficiary countries.Multi Mitigation  1.700EUR2012 
European Union (European Commission) Overall objective is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally in a cost effective manner by scaling up of the use of carbon market mechanisms in developing countries. Specific objective is to improve capacity of developing countries to develop and implAfrica Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America  Carbon market mechanismsWorld Bank5.000EUR20122011-2014
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