Publications

Climate Financing Frameworks (CCFFs) and Climate Public Expenditures And Institutional Reviews (CPEIRs)
  • Pakistan’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Conducted under the leadership of the Ministry of Climate Change (MCC)
  • Bangladesh’s Climate Fiscal Framework

    A land of rich socio-ecological diversity. The culture, society and economy of the country..
  • China’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    China has achieved important preliminary successes in its efforts at addressing climate change..
  • Nepal’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Completed in 2011 by UNDP APRC in close collaboration with the government of Nepal and UNEP.
  • Bangladesh’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Completed in 2011 by UNDP APRC in close collaboration with the government of Bangladesh and UNEP.
  • Thailand’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Completed in 2012 by UNDP in close collaboration with the government of Thailand.
  • Cambodia’ Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Completed in 2012 by UNDP in close collaboration with the government of Cambodia and..
  • Samoa’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Completed in 2012 by UNDP in close collaboration with the government of Samoa especially Ministry of Finance.
  • Indonesia’s First Mitigation Fiscal Framework

    A mitigation-focused Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review..
  • Fiji’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Completed in 2015 as its first national review on climate-relevant expenditures and institutional arrangements..
  • Vanuatu’s Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review

    Completed in 2015 as its first national review on climate-relevant expenditures and institutional arrangements..
  • Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment

    Republic of Marshall Island’s national assessment was completed in August 2014
  • Tonga Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR)

    Completed in 2015 as its first national review on climate-relevant expenditures and institutional arrangements..
  • Nauru Case study

    The Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment was completed in 2013 as one of the first in the Pacific region.
  • Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment 2013

  • Financing Vietnam's Response to Climate Change

    A Smart Investment for a Sustainable Future
 
Analytical papers on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness
  • Nepal's Citizens Climate Budget

    Produced with Freedom Forum, this handbook presents how the Government of Nepal is allocating its budget to address climate change and its affects.

    Click here for a version in Nepali.
  • Climate-Smart Reporting

    A handbook for journalists and communications professionals in Pakistan
  • Climate Budget Tagging Working Paper

    An introduction to Climate Budget Tagging, its wider benefits, and country experiences to date.
  • Overview- UNDP’s Governance of Climate Change Finance Programme’s Services and Activities.

    An outline of UNDP’s Governance of Climate Change Finance programme’s services and activities.
  • CPEIRs – A Methodological Guidebook

    Equipping partners with information on step-by-step process, methodologies and tools to conduct a Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review (CPEIR)
  • Budgeting for Climate Change

  • Charting New Territory - A Stocktake of Climate Change Financing Frameworks in Asia Pacific

    Providing a review of CCFF work to date,a summary of the stocktake's key findings...
  • Financing Local Responses to Climate Change

    Implications of Decentralisation on Responses to Climate Change provides an analysis and framework for shaping effective responses..
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  • Making Sense of Climate Change Finance – Linking Public Finance and Climate Policy

    An analysis which explains what is Climate Finance and how is it important..
  • Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) – Methodological Note

    Jointly developed a Methodological note on..
  • 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.
  • CPEIR’s in Asia Pacific – What Have we Learnt?

    What have we learnt? is a comparative analysis on implications..
  • Incorporating Gender and Poverty Analysis into Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review
  • Making Local Governance Fit For Purpose

    A framework for an integrated climate change response at the local level.
 
Regional peer exchange dialogues
 
2015
  • Regional Forum on Climate Change Finance and Sustainable Development

    The 2015 Asia Pacific Forum on Climate Change Finance and Sustainable Development took place from 1-3 September in Jakarta. Representing 15 countries of the region..
 
 
2014
  • The Regional Workshop on Climate Responsive Budgeting

    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) ..
 
 
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...
  • 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..
     
  • Workshop summary from the Asia-Pacific Dialogue

    Implications of Local Governance and decentralisation for the effective delivery of finance in response to Climate Change at local level
 
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
 
2010
  • Bangkok Call for Action

    : Outcome from the first Asia-Pacific dialogue on Climate Change Finance and Development Effectiveness 2010..
  • Making the most of Climate Change Financing report

    A discussion paper at the 2010 regional dialogue. CDDE facility
 
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