2a Integrating Green Growth into Development Planning and Policy by Doreen Bwalya-ZAMBIA

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Ms Doreen Bwalya (Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience, Ministry of Transport, Works, Supply and Communication, Zambia), presented on Integrating Green Growth into Development Planning and Policy: Progress in Zambia to Advance Inclusive Green Growth. Zambia. Presentation delivered at the OECD ENVIRONET EXPERT WORKSHOP: GREEN GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AND POLICY; as part of the 16th ENVIRONET meeting in Paris.

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2a Integrating Green Growth into Development Planning and Policy by Doreen Bwalya-ZAMBIA

  1. 1. REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA Integrating Green Growth into Development Planning and Policy Progress in Zambia to Advance Inclusive Green Growth Doreen C. Bwalya M&E Specialist - Interim National Climate Change Secretariat Government of the Republic of Zambia 20th February 2014
  2. 2. ZAMBIA AT A GLANCE  Area: 752,614 sq. km  GDP Growth: 6.9% (2012)  CPI Inflation: 8 (2012)  Population: 13 Million (2010)  Population Rural: 60% rural  Population growth rate: 2.9%  Poverty level in rural areas: 77% (59% at national level)
  3. 3. NATIONAL PLANNING PROCESS o Vision 2030 & National Development Plan (NDP)  Shaping Development vision of country  Comprehensive development planning program and tools for 25 year period with 5 year intermediate plans (FNDP, SNDP)  New NDP developed every 5 years  Working towards Zambia attaining middle income status
  4. 4. ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR INCLUSIVE GREEN GROWTH o Vision 2030 & National Development Plan (NDP)  Sixth National Development Plan (SNDP) & Revised -SNDP mainstreamed for climate resilient low-carbon development path ◦ Zambia National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA) (2007)  Assessment of Climate Change and variability in Zambia and creation of adaptation programme
  5. 5. - Technology Needs Assessment Report • Report launched in 2014 and identifies technology needs for various sectors to achieve climate resilience – National Policy on the Environment • Policy created in 2005 to harmonize development programmes with environmental protection and sustainability – Draft National Climate Change Response Strategy • Strengthened the prospects for synergies and trade-offs between environmental, social and economic objectives ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR INCLUSIVE GREEN GROWTH
  6. 6. EXISTING INITIATIVES IN GREEN GROWTH Important to build on existing green initiatives as they are locally defined Inclusive Green Growth still limited in scope and work in progress
  7. 7. EXISTING INITIATIVES IN GREEN GROWTH Examples of current green economic activities: • Hydro-electricity power generation (zero-carbon) • Conservation agriculture, organic farming and agro- forestry • National Tree Planting initiative • Infrastructure – Investments in the Rail System
  8. 8. EXISTING INITIATIVES IN GREEN GROWTH Government investment in energy projects Promotion of energy-saving bulbs, efficient cooking stoves Biomass waste power facility (converts biomass waste to energy, fertilizer ad sanitation services Mining Companies –implementing GHG capture technologies
  9. 9. EXISTING INITIATIVES IN GREEN GROWTH Some Projects Promoting Climate Resilient Low-Carbon Development o UN Joint Programme on Climate Change & Disaster Risk Reduction o United Nations Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (UN- REDD) o Low Emissions Capacity Building (LECB) o USAID Low Emissions Development Strategy o UN-Green Jobs o Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)
  10. 10. SECTOR/THEMATIC PRIORITIES FOR ZAMBIA’S IGG STRATEGY IN NATIONAL PLANNING Energy (Clean energy & Waste to energy) Agriculture Green Infrastructure Agroforestry Mining
  11. 11. ENTRY POINTS FOR ACTION Interim National Climate Change Secretariat positioned as Focal Point for Zambia Inclusive Green Growth Strategy Currently coordinates various programmes and projects [USAID LEDS, PPCR, UNJOINT Climate Project (LECB, UN-REDD )] Under Ministry of Finance, which is responsible for National planning & resource mobilization and coordinates the NDP & Vision 2030
  12. 12. Overview of the Secretariat • The Interim Secretariat is Zambia’s national coordinating body for all climate change related activities in the country. • To become Permanent Secretariat to National Climate Change Council once it is formed • It facilitates the implementation of climate change activities by bringing together stakeholders like government, private sector, civil society and cooperating partners in achieving the aims and objectives of the National Climate Change Response Strategy and the forthcoming Climate Change Policy.
  13. 13. Overview of the Secretariat Directive • Steering Committee • Technical Committee • Interim Secretariat Functions • Establish long term institutional arrangement for climate change • Coordinate climate change activities
  14. 14. Secretariat - Structural Arrangements Financial Management & Administration Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Mitigation and Green Growth Climate Resource Mobilization and leveraging investments National Coordination Framework M&E, Environmental & Social Safeguards, Capacity Building, Research, Audits
  15. 15. NEXT STEPS FOR ZAMBIA IGG STRATEGY PROCESS Develop a Zambia Inclusive Green Growth Strategy, facilitated by Secretariat (Ministry of Finance) Stakeholder consultations and involvement in strategy preparation Strengthen institutional capacity
  16. 16. AREAS FOR DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE Support in developing the IGG Strategy (financial & knowledge) and bankable proposals Institutional Capacity Building (Project Cycle Management, Fiduciary, Environmental and Social Safeguards) Short- and Long-term Training of Champions in Sustainable Development

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