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3-OECD-IPAC.pdf

  1. 1. IPAC International Programme for Action on Climate OECD Paris Collaborative on Green Budgeting & Coalition of Finance Minsters for Climate Action, 7 October 2021 Nathalie GIROUARD, OECD
  2. 2. IPAC - International Programme for Action on Climate Launched at the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting in May 2021 Objective: ◦ Support countries’ efforts to progress towards net-zero GHG emissions and a more resilient economy by mid-century ◦ Help countries strengthen and coordinate their climate action through regular monitoring, policy evaluation and feedback on results and good practices ◦ Complement the UNFCCC and Paris Agreement monitoring framework. Two-year pilot implementation under a broader Horizontal Project on Building Climate and Economic Resilience. But longer-term programme. Cover OECD members and selected non-Members (about 50 countries + EU)
  3. 3. IPAC components
  4. 4. Advising on: • Conceptual framework • Selection of IPAC indicators • Guidance on use and interpretation of indicators • Methodological and measurement priorities IPAC Technical Expert Group
  5. 5. OECD approach to climate indicators Characteristics Selection criteria Flexible ◦ Easy to adapt, improve and develop further Pragmatic ◦ Indicator set of manageable size ◦ Use of existing work → refined, amended Balanced ◦ Balanced coverage CC dimensions ◦ Balance between relevance for international work and for countries Policy relevance and utility for users • Representative, clear, easy to communicate, actionable, linked to reference values Analytical soundness • Solid, transparent methodology, based on international standards/consensus Measurability • Data availability and quality (timeliness, comparability, frequency, geographic coverage), cost-effectiveness
  6. 6. Conceptual measurement framework Note: selected examples Coherent with UN frameworks for • Climate change related statistics and indicators (UNECE) • Global Set of Climate Change Statistics and Indicators (UNSD)
  7. 7. Preliminary IPAC Dashbord : https://www.oecd.org/climate-action/ipac/ 7 Emissions • GHG emissions trends & trajectories • Distance to targets • Net-zero trajectories • GHG emission structure & intensities • GHG emission structure • GHG emission intensities • CO2 emissions from fuel combustion (production-based, demand-based) Actions and opportunities • Move towards non-fossil energy sources: energy mix • Use of carbon pricing and climate related taxation: Effective carbon rates; climate-related tax revenue • Climate policy stringency • Placeholder for: adaptation measures; labour markets; budgets, expenditure & finance Impacts and risks • Weather related impacts • Extreme events • Inequalities in exposure to climate risks
  8. 8. Indicator development agenda Ongoing and planned measurement work (under review) ◦ Distance to targets; net-zero trajectories ◦ GHG emissions: Quarterly; Subnational ◦ Climate-related risks and vulnerability: socio-economic inequality in exposure to climate-related risks ◦ Climate policy stringency index ◦ Net effective carbon rates ◦ Climate-related public budgets and government expenditure ◦ Climate adaptation policy instruments ◦ Labour market developments
  9. 9. Next steps Progress report on Annual Climate Monitor– COP26 Further development and refinement of indicators ◦ Updated Dashboard & refined broader indicator set (mid-2022) ◦ Continued development work (data, methodologies) Preparation of Country Notes (2022) Establishment of Interactive Platform for dialogue and mutual learning (2022) 9
  10. 10. IPAC THANK YOU! OECD work on climate https://www.oecd.org/climate-change/ OECD international repository in support of climate action https://www.oecd.org/environment/climate-data/ IPAC https://www.oecd.org/climate-change/IPAC/ https://www.oecd.org/climate-change/ipac-fr/ HP on Climate and Economic resilience https://www.oecd.org/env/cc/brochure- horizontal-project-on-climate-and-economic- resilience.pdf

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