Publications

Country reports on Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Reviews (CPEIR) and Climate Fiscal Framework
  • Pakistan’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) was conducted under the leadership of the Ministry of Climate Change (MCC) in close collaboration with the Ministry of Finance (MoF).
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  • Bangladesh is a land of rich socio-ecological diversity. The culture, society and economy of the country have evolved around its historic response to climatic condition.
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  • China has achieved some important preliminary successes in its efforts at addressing climate change. The Chinese government has placed climate change at the top of its policy agenda
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  • Nepal’s Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review was completed in 2011 by UNDP APRC in close collaboration with the government of Nepal and UNEP.
  • Bangladesh’s Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review was completed in 2011 by UNDP APRC in close collaboration with the government of Bangladesh and UNEP.
  • Thailand’s Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review was completed in 2012 by UNDP in close collaboration with the government of Thailand.
  • Cambodia’s Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review was completed in 2012 by UNDP in close collaboration with the government of Cambodia and the Cambodia Climate Change Alliance.
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  • Samoa’s Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review was completed in 2012 by UNDP in close collaboration with the government of Samoa especially Ministry of Finance.
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  • Indonesia’s First Mitigation Fiscal Framework is a mitigation-focused Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review. It was completed in 2013 by UNDP in close collaboration with the government of Indonesia.
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  • Fiji’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) was completed in 2015 as its first national review on climate-relevant expenditures and institutional arrangements to address Climate Change in Fiji.
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  • Vanuatu Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) was completed in 2015 as its first national review on climate-relevant expenditures and institutional arrangements to address Climate Change in Vanuatu.
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  • Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment: Republic of Marshall Island’s national assessment was completed in August 2014
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  • Tonga Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) was completed in 2015 as its first national review on climate-relevant expenditures and institutional arrangements to address Climate Change in Tonga.
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  • Nauru Case study from the Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment was completed in 2013 as one of the first in the Pacific region. (please like to cover and Download to
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  • Pacific Climate Chang Finance Assessment 2013
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  • Financing Vietnam's Response to Climate Change: A Smart Investment for a Sustainable Future
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Analytical papers on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness
  • An outline of UNDP’s Governance of Climate Change Finance programme’s services and activities
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  • CPEIR Methodology Guidebook 2015 Equipping partners with information on step-by-step process, methodologies and tools to conduct a Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review (CPEIR)
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  • Budgeting for climate change: How governments have used national budgets to articulate a response to climate change Lessons Learned from over twenty Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Reviews .
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  • Charting New Territory-A Stocktake of Climate Change Financing Frameworks in Asia Pacific:This provides a review of CCFF work to date,a summary of the stocktake's key findings, and lists the main achievements,challenges...
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  • Financing Local Response to Climate Change: Implications of Decentralisation on Responses to Climate Change provides an analysis and framework for shaping effective responses to Climate Change at the local level.
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  • Making Sense of Climate Finance is an analysis which explains what is Climate Finance and how is it important to link Climate Change policy to the Public Finance at both country level and international level.
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  • UNDP APRC and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) jointly developed a Methodological note on Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Reviews (CPEIRs) in 2011.
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  • National Climate Funds- Learning from the experience of Asia-Pacific countries is an analysis document based on the consolidated information from E-discussions, regional clinic and case studies in 2012.
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  • CPEIR in Asia-Pacific: What have we learnt? is a comparative analysis on implications and lessons learnt from the results of the CPEIR analyses conducted in 5 Asia-Pacific countries during 2011-2012.
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  • Incorporating Gender and Poverty Analysis into Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review
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  • Making Local Governance Fit For Purpose
    A framework for an integrated climate change response at the local level
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Regional peer exchange dialogues

Since 2010, there has been a series of annual regional dialogues on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness with key messages and outcomes as follows;

2014
Asia-Pacific Regional Technical Workshop on Climate Responsive Budgeting The Regional Workshop on Climate Responsive Budgeting was held on 5-7 November 2014 in Bangkok (Thailand) by UNDP and the International Budget Partnership, with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) and the Department for International Development (DFID, UK). The workshop welcomed approximately 180 participants from over 10 countries including senior government officials from Ministries of Finance, Planning, Environment and Local Government as well as practitioners from International Organizations and Civil Society Organizations. The objectives of the workshop were to consider how budgets can be used as a policy tool to address climate impacts at national and sub-national levels and also to look at specific strategies to strengthen climate responsive budgeting in Asia-Pacific.
2013
Global Forum on Using Country Systems to manage Climate Change Finance (December 2013, Incheon, Republic of Korea) Over 170 participants from Ministries of Finance, Planning and Environment from Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Caribbean and the Middle East met in Incheon...
Governance Challenges in Climate Change Finance: Understanding the Political Economy The joint UNDP-GIZ meeting in Incheon, Korea brought together approximately 40 participants, representing government, civil society, academic institutions, and...
2012
Workshop summary from CPEIR dialogue: Past Experience and the way forward (10-12 September 2012) . Over 190 participants from key stakeholders gathered together in Bangkok to explore how Climate Change Public Expenditure and Institutional Reviews can be used to integrate climate change issues into expenditure decision-making and contribute to climate change responsive fiscal policy, expenditure planning and programming. It was jointly organised by UNDP and the World bank in collaboration with various key stakeholders.
Workshop summary from the Asia-Pacific Dialogue on Implications of Local Governance and decentralisation for the effective delivery of finance in response to Climate Change at local level (30-31 October 2012, Bangkok). Over 130 participants across Asia-pacific gathered together to discuss and to get a better and common understanding of opportunities and challenges to strengthen the visibility, delivery, and impact of climate finance at the local level, as well as to identify regional and country-specific needs for support in this regard.
2011
Roadmap for a Country-led approach Asia-Pacific Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness : from the Asia-Pacific dialogue on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness 2011 where over 190 practitioners came to discuss to in ‘Whole of Government’ approach to strengthen lesson learning across countries on the management of climate related finance, as well as on country level preparations for managing scaled-up climate finance in the coming years.
2010
Bangkok Call for Action : Outcome from the first Asia-Pacific dialogue on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness 2010 where over 90 participants came to discussion on Climate Change Finance in the ‘ Whole of government’ working approach with participants from Ministry of Planning, Finance and Environment as well as CSOs, parliamentarians and development partners.
Making the most of Climate Change Financing report was prepared as discussion paper at the 2010 regional dialogue. CDDE facility and UNDP produced five country assessments namely Bangladesh , Cambodia , Indonesia , Philippines and Vietnam to be presented at the regional dialogue. This synthesis report was finalised in reflection to inputs and feedbacks received from participants at the regional dialogue.
Videos
Better Use of Climate Finance
UNFCCC’s message for Partnerships for Climate Finance & Development
Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review in Nepal
Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review in Bangladesh
Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review (CPEIR) workshop 2012