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Environment and climate change in development cooperation Wrap up– module 9 1.

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1 Environment and climate change in development cooperation Wrap up– module 9 1

2 Structure 2 Revisit objectives and expectations Discussion on areas that need reinforcement Action plans – making them stick Out test Reflections over the course

3 Objectives and expectations 3 You are more:  Aware of linkages between ENV, CC and development  Aware of the benefits and challenges of integrating ENV and CC in development cooperation  Confident with the concepts for integrating ENV and CC  Motivated and equipped to integrate ENV and CC And, you have:  Shared your views, knowledge and experiences  Contributed with feedback and insights on integration in practice

4 4 Discussion - areas needing reinforcement DAY 1DAY 2DAY 3 ESSENTIALSINTEGRATING IN PRACTICE Module 1 Introduction, Definitions Key Concepts, Module 5 Tools and assessments Group work Coffee Break Module 2 Why we must integrate (Making the Case) Module 6 ENV / CC / GE Project Support Module 8 Monitoring and Evaluation Lunch Break Module 3 EU approach Group work Group work – Action plans Coffee Break Module 4 Programming Module 7 ENV / CC / GE Sector/macro approaches and budget support Module 9 Wrap Up

5 5 Action plans – making them stick Why action plans? From theory to practice From learning to application Pair and explain the main actions that can be taken– Check that it is realistic Explore potential hurdles and challenges Look at opportunities

6 6 Reflections over the course What worked ? What did not work? Advice for the next course

7 Module 1- Recap of main messages Definitions - Key Concepts Environment is where we live, development is what we do to improve where we live Climate change – mitigation and adaption – exposure/ sensitivity/ impact/ adaptive capacity/ vulnerablity Green economy - sector examples – what government can do to promote and stimulate the green economy Integration – a complex concept – need to understand drivers and barriers – institutions matter 7

8 Module 2 – recap of main messages Making the case Planet boundaries – one school of thought – the footprint – the limits – collective action is challenging Economic development argument – the chain of wealth-growth- poverty reduction are interlinked with environment and climate Human development argument – health – security – gender – are interlinked with environment and climate Many examples of sector wide aspects - Direct and indirect impacts - multiple impacts –Opportunities 8

9 Module 3 – recap main messages EU approach 9 EU is committed to environment and climate change mainstreaming – 20% of MFF assigned to climate also for ODA! Other donors are also taking similar actions EU contributes in a number of ways - Green Diplomacy Network – Research Wide array of EU actors – use them, involve them

10 Module 4 – Recap of main messages Programming 10 Operations cycle provides pragmatic entry points for integration Political economy is a powerful approach for understanding barriers to integration and identify best opportunities Integration is possible in the strategic analysis, when designing the multi-annual indicative programme, and at the mid-term review Many tools, initiatives and approaches including political economy analysis and country environmental profiles (CEP)

11 Module 5 – recap main messages Tools and assessments 11 Many tools available for environmental and climate change improvement of programs and projects TEEB provides a picture of the value of eco-systems and biodiversity Cost-effectiveness analyses are useful to find best alternative option Cost-benefit analyses provide a picture of the socio-economic impact of programs Comprehensive tools include EIA, SEA and CRA with relatively identical tool structures: Screening; scoping; study; action plan

12 Module 6 – recap main messages Project support 12 Making a project more sustainable starts with an analysis of problems and opportunities The identification phase encircles the project and makes potential environmental and climate perspectives more visible Screening tools are useful in the identification phase and different entry points are available In the formulation phase, EIA and CRA can be highly effective Implementation – entry points, indicators and roles Evaluation is about relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability

13 Module 7 – recap main messages Sector/macro approaches and budget support 13 Sector approach and macro approach use similar tools for understanding how to integrate environment and climate change Five assessment areas give us entry points Four phases of the operations cycle give us entry points Four eligibility criteria for budget support give us entry points Many different tools and analyses available (including SEA and CRA - but don’t forget others)

14 14 Module 8 – recap of main messages Monitoring and Evaluation Setting indicators and monitoring is one of the main tools for mainstreaming environment and climate change Monitoring reveals the difference between words (plans) and actions – it is an accountability tool What to monitor – SOE – Climate – Policy /institutional change – policy outcomes Systematically use Performance Assessment Frameworks Rio markers are an important tool (Also for tracking the 20% EU committment to climate relevant activities)


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