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Common ground between the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework

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Lisa Danielson, OECD

Joining efforts and improving collaboration between CCA and DRR, 28 May 2020

Our webinar aimed to inspire you to seize the common ground between the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework. We shared PLACARD and OECD recommendations on how to inspire more institutional coherence in governance, knowledge management, funding, communication and implementation. The discussion focused on:

How far have we progressed with coherence between CCA/DRR ?

What policy and institutional coherence is needed most urgently, in your opinion?

What are the positive experiences on joint efforts and institutional collaboration, and how do we replicate and scale them up?

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Common ground between the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework

  1. 1. Common ground between the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework Lisa Danielson, OECD
  2. 2. Common Ground between Paris and Sendai Objective: Examine countries’ efforts to adapt and build climate resilience by strengthening links between the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework ØDifferent stakeholders, mandates and goals ØJoint objective of a more sustainable, resilient and equitable future ØSustainable outcomes by the individual agendas is subject to the successful implementation of them all Informed by the country experience of Ghana, Peru and the Philippines ØCountry approaches to CCA and DRR and coherence between the two ØRole of development co-operation in taking this agenda forward
  3. 3. Coherence in CCA & DRR Strategic: Aligned visions, targets and priorities on CCA & DRR in national development plans and strategies, providing a framework for pursuing operational coherence Operational: Policy frameworks and institutional arrangements supportive of the implementation of aligned objectives on CCA & DRR Technical: Technical capacities to assess the risks and opportunities, to identify and prioritise CCA & DRR mea sures and to finance them
  4. 4. Common Ground: approach Financing Data and information Monitoring, evaluation and learning Policy and governance Implementation
  5. 5. Align responsibility for co-ordination with responsibility for implementation of CCA and DRR policies Make tailored climate information readily available to support evidence-based policy Enhance capacity to translate coherence in planning into coherence in implementation Optimise long-term funding allocation across different risks through budgeting tools, ex-ante financing plans and greater transparency in public spending Monitor, evaluate and learn from CCA and DRR
  6. 6. Align responsibility for co-ordination with responsibility for implementation of CCA and DRR policies Make tailored climate information readily available to support evidence-based policy Enhance capacity to translate coherence in planning into coherence in implementation Optimise long-term funding allocation across different risks through budgeting tools, ex-ante financing plans and greater transparency in public spending Monitor, evaluate and learn from CCA and DRR
  7. 7. Align responsibility for co-ordination with responsibility for implementation of CCA and DRR policies The Philippines • CCA and DRR recognised in legal and policy frameworks as central and interrelated priorities: • Climate Change Act (2009) • Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act (2010) • History of extreme events has contributed to established institutional mechanisms for DRR • Scope to leverage mechanisms in place for DRR to increase awareness and action for CCA • Local government units (LGUs) responsible for planning and implementing CCA and DRR • Challenges of capacity constraints and plan proliferation widely recognised
  8. 8. Make tailored climate information readily available to support evidence-based policy Ghana • Promote evidence-based CCA and DRM policies • Progress coverage and quality of climate and disaster data and information, but accessibility still restricted: • Data and information in many cases, scattered among different sources. • Some data only available at a cost, resulting in limited use • Co-ordination sometimes lacking • Different platforms developed to facilitate access and use of data and information for CCA and DRR • Improved data and information complemented with training sessions for users of the data
  9. 9. Optimise long-term funding allocation across different risks Peru • Comprehensive financial protection strategy against natural disasters: • Budget line on “Disaster vulnerability reduction and emergency preparedness” o Projects to promote structural or non-structural elements of the DRM cycle o Build on existing DRM strategies and plans, risk assessments • Public investments programme (inverte.pe) o Using social discount rate, prioritising muti-purpose investments, ex-post evaluation • Contingency reserve, contingent credit lines, among other • Financing strategy for CCA not in place, but inter-ministerial NDC working group, recognised the suitability of established financing mechanisms for DRR for CCA
  10. 10. Coherence in CCA & DRR: role of development co-operation Strategic: Support countries in aligning visions, targets and priorities on CCA and DRR e.g. through guided stakeholder consultations, awareness raising Operational: Support countries in identifying opportunities for coherence in implementation through strengthened policy frameworks and institutional arrangements that support local implementation Technical: Support efforts to strengthen technical capacities to assess climate and disaster risks and opportunities, and to identify and prioritise CCA and DRR measures.
  11. 11. Thank you! dddsd Contact: Lisa Danielson, Lisa.Danielson@oecd.org Takayoshi Kato, Takayoshi.Kato@oecd.org Nicolina Lamhauge, Nicolina.Lamhauge@oecd.org

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