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    Draft Climate Strategy V7 Draft Climate Strategy V7 Presentation Transcript

    • Draft Climate Strategy (version 7) Church World Service, Dec 2009
    • Revisioning exercise
      • 3 Questions:
        • Does this statement make sense here?
        • If no, go to question 2
        • If yes, go to question 3
        • Would this statement make sense elsewhere?
        • If yes, move
        • If no, remove
        • How can this statement be better formulated?
    • Vision Statements
      • 1. Achieve net carbon neutrality across all organizational activities
      • 2. Act effectively in Climate Change adaptation and mitigation
      • 3. Establish standards for faith-based low carbon sustainable development
    • Vision to Goal (1)
      • Achieve net carbon neutrality across all organizational activities
        • How?
      • (Goal 1) Assess and manage Climate Change risks and liabilities across CWS’s sphere of influence
    • Vision to Goal (2)
      • 2. Act effectively in Climate Change adaptation and mitigation
        • How?
      • (Goal 2) Act to assist vulnerable populations to adapt to climate change impacts and mitigate human impact on the climate
    • Vision to Goal (3)
      • 3. Establish standards for faith-based low carbon sustainable development
        • How?
      • (Goal 3) Advocate for integrated development and climate change adaptation/mitigation solutions in partnership with CWS's global stakeholders
    • Goal and Purposes (1)
      • Goal 1: Assess and Manage Climate Change risks and liabilities across CWS’s sphere of influence
          • Purpose 1.1: Routinely report on carbon emissions from corporate and project activities
          • Purpose 1.2: Identify, set and achieve annual emission reduction targets
          • Purpose 1.3: Assist partner organizations and stakeholders to reduce their carbon footprint
    • Goal and Purposes (2)
      • Goal 2: Act to assist vulnerable populations to adapt to climate change impacts and mitigate human impact on the climate
          • Purpose 2.1: Undertake situational analyses across CWS’s operational regions to develop baseline information on climate change risks and liabilities, and assets and capacities
          • Purpose 2.2: Identify and select priority adaptation-focused activities from existing programs (and evaluation methods for these) according to the results of the situational analysis
          • Purpose 2.3: Identify donors/funds, and/or design and implement fundraising initiatives to support activity and program development and implementation
          • Purpose 2.4: Integrate Climate Change in policies and programs. This is really “directions or adaptations” or ‘sustainable consumption” – we need to get more specific.
    • Goal and Purposes (3)
      • Goal 3: Advocate for integrated development and climate change adaptation/mitigation solutions in partnership with CWS's global stakeholders
          • Purpose 3.1: Promote just and ecological development consistent with sustainable consumption and rights-based access to food, water and shelter
          • Purpose 3.2: Mobilize political will in support of rights-based development
    • Purpose to Outcomes (1.1)
      • Goal 1: Assess and Manage Climate Change risks and liabilities across CWS’s sphere of influence
        • Purpose 1.1: Routinely report on carbon emissions from corporate and project activities
          • Outcome 1.1.1: Carbon Accounting Toolkit available
          • Outcome 1.1.2: Pilot Carbon Assessment report available
          • Outcome 1.1.3: CWS staff trained in Carbon Accounting concept and methods
          • Outcome 1.1.4: Carbon Accounting Policies and Processes established
          • Outcome 1.1.5: Carbon Management Information System (CMIS) deployed and operational
          • Outcome 1.1.6: Annual Carbon Accounting Reports published as of FY10
    • Purpose to Outcomes (1.2)
      • Goal 1: Assess and Manage Climate Change risks and liabilities across CWS’s sphere of influence
        • Purpose 1.2: Identify, set and achieve annual emission reduction targets
          • Outcome 1.2.1: Emission reduction opportunities for organizational emissions sources identified
          • Outcome 1.2.2: Emission reduction options studied and initiatives selected
          • Outcome 1.2.3: Organization-wide emission reduction targets set
          • Outcome 1.2.4: Emission reduction initiatives launched
          • Outcome 1.2.5: Emission reductions routinely documented and reported
          • Outcome 1.2.6: Carbon offset projects developed under Kyoto and/or voluntary schemes
    • Purpose to Outcomes (1.3)
      • Goal 1: Assess and Manage Climate Change risks and liabilities across CWS’s sphere of influence
        • Purpose 1.3: Assist partner organizations and stakeholders to reduce their carbon footprint
          • Outcome 1.3.1: Staff capacity developed in carbon accounting and emissions reductions
          • Outcome 1.3.2: Carbon Accounting and emission reduction resource Kit developed for external use
          • Outcome 1.3.3: Stakeholder groups identified for advocacy efforts and engaged to assess their organizations' carbon footprints
          • Outcome 1.3.4: Stakeholders assisted in reducing their carbon emissions
    • Purpose to Outcomes (2.1)
      • Goal 2: Act to assist vulnerable populations to adapt to climate change impacts and mitigate human impact on the climate
        • Purpose 2.1: Undertake situational analyses across CWS’s operational regions to develop baseline information on climate change risks and liabilities, and assets and capacities
          • Outcome 2.1.1: Appropriate research framework and tools selected/developed for regional/country baseline situational analyses
          • Outcome 2.1.2: Research framework and tools field-tested and deployed for use at regional and country level
          • Outcome 2.1.3: Results of regional/country situational analyses consolidated, analyzed and used to guide integrated development activities addressing climate change in each region or country
    • Purpose to Outcomes (2.2)
      • Goal 2: Act to assist vulnerable populations to adapt to climate change impacts and mitigate human impact on the climate
        • Purpose 2.2: Identify and select priority adaptation-focused activities from existing programs (and evaluation methods for these) according to the results of the situational analysis
          • Outcome 2.2.1: Priority 'integrated development+adaptation' activities identified based on consideration of financial, operational, technical, political feasibility
          • Outcome 2.2.2: Priority activities screened for feasibility, and developed and piloted (if new) or continued and scaled up (if existing), with new and additional funds
          • Outcome 2.2.3: Knowledge and experience base developed for extension of pilot activities/modules across other regions/countries
          • Outcome 2.2.4: Partnerships and “communities of learning” established
          • Outcome 2.2.5: Modified Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation
    • Purpose to Outcomes (2.3)
      • Goal 2: Act to assist vulnerable populations to adapt to climate change impacts and mitigate human impact on the climate
        • Purpose 2.3: Identify donors/funds, and/or design and implement fundraising initiatives to support activity and program development and implementation
          • Outcome 2.3.1: Explore public-private partnerships
          • Outcome 2.3.2: Explore private sector carbon investment mechanisms (CDM, voluntary, etc.)
    • Purpose to Outcomes (2.4)
      • Goal 2: Act to assist vulnerable populations to adapt to climate change impacts and mitigate human impact on the climate
        • Purpose 2.4: Integrate Climate Change in policies and programs. This is really “directions or adaptations” or ‘sustainable consumption” – we need to get more specific.
          • Outcome 2.4.1: Climate Change policy, strategy and program implementation consolidated
          • Outcome 2.4.2: Modified Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (Most Significant Change)
          • Outcome 2.4.3: Enhanced local/regional/trans-boundary capacity to develop, manage and administer projects addressing climate change risks
    • Purpose to Outcomes (3.1)
      • Goal 3: Advocate for integrated development and climate change adaptation/mitigation solutions in partnership with CWS's global stakeholders
        • Purpose 3.1: Promote just and ecological development consistent with sustainable consumption and rights-based access to food, water and shelter
          • Outcome 3.1.1: CWS partner organizations and stakeholders educated
          • Outcome 3.1.2: Community-based and trans-boundary approaches supported, especially regarding gender and social systems
          • Outcome 3.1.3: Grassroots/national/trans-boundary networks built
    • Purpose to Outcomes (3.2)
      • Goal 3: Advocate for integrated development and climate change adaptation/mitigation solutions in partnership with CWS's global stakeholders
        • Purpose 3.2: Mobilize political will in support of rights-based development
          • Outcome 3.2.1: Policies are equitable and adaptation costs covered by those responsible for the emissions
          • Outcome 3.2.2: South-South cooperation enhanced in support of fair and equitable low-carbon development in recognition of rights to clean energy; sustainable agriculture, food security and nutrition security; integrated water resources management and sanitation; disaster risk reduction; and gender equality