Makinen finland mainstreaming adaptation

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Expert Workshop on Adaptation Financing and Implementation, Putting Priorities into Practice in OECD Countries, Paris, 18-19 June, 2014

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Makinen finland mainstreaming adaptation

  1. 1. Tools for mainstreaming adaptation into policy making – a Finnish perspective Kirsi Mäkinen Finnish Environment Institute Climate Change Programme OECD Workshop on Adaptation Financing and Implementation Paris, 18-19 June 2014
  2. 2. Adaptation policy cycle 3 Research programmes early 2000s NAS 2005 Sector programmes • Agriculture and forestry 2011 • Environment 2008, 2011 • Transport 2009 NAS Evaluation 2009 Sector programme evaluation 2012 NAS evaluation 2012-2013 NAS 2014 Research programme ISTO 2006-2010 Research programme FICCA 2011-2014
  3. 3. Key mechanisms for mainstreaming (1/3) NAS and sectoral adaptation programmes 4 Evaluations Horizontal coordination
  4. 4. Key mechanisms for mainstreaming (2/3) 5 European funding instruments (Life, ERDF) for local projects
  5. 5. Development of tools: flood protection, climate projections/scenarios with national & local application Key mechanisms for mainstreaming (3/3) 6 Ivalo flood risk map (1/1000a)
  6. 6. Barriers and some solutions Evaluation - Self reflection among sectoral policy makers ”Bridging the resource gap” - Practical tools for policy implementation (e.g. flood centre, www.climateguide.fi) Overcoming the limits of top-down NAS through support for local action Lack of uptake by ”all” sectors Poor recognition of cross-sector effects Limited diffusion to local level (but at the same time autonomous local initiatives) 7 + Elements in the revised NAS
  7. 7. Outlook in 2014 ● Climate Act (reporting and evaluation of adaptation) ● 2014 NAS implementation ● 2015 First reporting on adaptation according to the EU Monitoring Mechanism Regulation 8 © Polttava kysymys campaign for the Climate Act

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