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Nepal’s Climate-Relevant Budget continues upward trend

Nepal’s Citizens Climate Budget: where is Nepal’s money being allocated?” is the first publication of its kind that visualizes budget figures and trends in a set of simplified infographics for the public. It uses information from the Ministry of Finance and other government agencies to provide the public with insights into how the national budget is being allocated to address climate change and its effects.

In Northern Pakistan, the Provincial Assembly is Championing Better Monitoring of Climate Finance

The Khyber Pass may elicit images of remote beauty to many of us. I have been lucky to make a couple of visits to Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkwa (KP), one of the provinces that the Pass cuts through. This beautiful part of Pakistan, like the rest of the country, is susceptible to the devastating effects of climate change, but luckily, the elected representatives in KP are taking things in their own hands.

Developing Sustainable Responses to Climate Change Challenges and Budgeting - UNDP Facilitates Learning Exchange Between Pakistan and China

Photo credit: UNDP Pakistan- UNDP’s Governance of Climate Change Finance Team with Pakistani government officials and representatives of Leadership for Environment and Development (LEAD) and the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences (CAFS)

 

Climate Proofing Cambodia’s Agriculture and Infrastructure – UNDP Workshops Makes Headway on Climate Change Integration into Government Budgets

Climate-proofing agriculture and infrastructure programmes is essential to ensuring continued services, especially during extreme climate events such as the droughts experienced in Cambodia in April and May 2016.