[NAP Workshop] Colombian experience in terms of climate change institutional coordination

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A 2-day workshop hosted by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security www.ccafs.cgiar.org from 13-14 November, Warsaw, Poland brought together 37 representatives from 10 different countries across Asia, Africa and Latin America to share their lessons and experiences in developing climate adaptation plans for the agriculture sector.

For more information see: Planning climate adaptation in agriculture http://ow.ly/qSO1R
New report highlights lessons from national adaptation planning http://ow.ly/qSO2y

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[NAP Workshop] Colombian experience in terms of climate change institutional coordination

  1. 1. Deissy Martínez Barón Science Officer CCAFS-LAM
  2. 2. National System of Climate Change-SISCLIMA National Adaptation Plan to Climate Change Low Carbon Development Strategy for Colombia National Development Plan 2010 – 2014 REDD+ Financial Protection Strategy for disasters
  3. 3. National System of Climate Change-SISCLIMA Executive Secretary (MADS) Consultation Groups Executive Commission of Climate Change Leader: DNP Members: Ministros o Viceministros delegados de MADR, MHCP, MADS, MVCT, DNP, MME, MT, MRE, MSPS y UNGRD. Orientation Group Financial Management Committee (Secretarios Subcomisiones) Technical Secretary: DNP MADS, MRE, Cooperación Internacional, Fondo de Adaptación, DNP. Sectoral SubCommission Territorial SubCommission SubCommission of international affairs INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK TEAMS (Mitigation and adaptation) INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK TEAMS (Mitigation and adaptation) INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK TEAMS (Negotiations) Subcommission of information and studies of climate change impacts INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK TEAMS (Mitigation and adaptation)
  4. 4. National System of Climate Change-SISCLIMA Sectoral Plans of Mitigation and Adaptation Comité Territorial Plans of Adaptation and Mitigation Comité Sectoral Sectorial Committee Technical Secretary: MESASDNP DE TRABAJO Territorial Territorial Committee Technical Secretary : MADS MESAS DE TRABAJO (Mitigación y Adaptación) (Mitigación y Adaptación) Negotiation Strategy and International Cooperation Comité de Asuntos Committee of Internacionales International Affairs Technical Secretary : MESAS MRE DE TRABAJO (Negociaciones) Research Priorities in Climate Change Comité Transversal de Comité Transversal de Committee of Producción de Producción de information and Información y Estudios Información y Estudios de Impacto of de Impacto del studies del Cambio Climático Cambio Climático climate change impacts Technical Secretary: IDEAM MESAS DE TRABAJO y DANE (Mitigación y Adaptación)
  5. 5. Process of the National Adaptation Plan to Climate Change (PNACC) PHASE I: Theoretical framework and methodology PHASE II: Accompaniment to sectoral and territorial plans formulation PHASE III: implementation of adaptation measures PHASE IV: Monitoring and reporting
  6. 6. Study of economic impacts of climate change – EIECC Objective: Quantify the economic cost of climate change impact and optimal response measures for Colombian economy.
  7. 7. General methodology of the Study Computable General Equilibrium Model Agriculture Livestock Fishing Affected sectors MACROECONOMIC RESULTS Forestry Water Infrastructure Sectoral studies MEG4C Climate Scenarios Damage functions Inter-sectoral relations and movements MICRO-SIMULATIONS
  8. 8. GDP loss per climate scenarios 0.50% -1.00% -1.50% -2.00% -2.50% -3.00% -3.50% A1B A2 B2 2040 2035 2030 2025 2020 2015 2010 -0.50% 2005 0.00%
  9. 9. Some preliminary results on agricultural sector Empirical agro-climate modeling Annual changes in agricultural productivities Region Antioquia -0.085% Boyacá -0.074% Caldas -0.186% Cundinamarca -0.062% Huila 0.234% Norte de Santander 0.001% Quindío 0.111% Risaralda -0.095% Santander 0.001% Tolima 0.149% Valle del Cauca 0.024% Región Andina -0.002% *Resultados preliminares
  10. 10. Thank you!

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