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CCCXG Global Forum March 2017 breakout group A and B summary slides

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CCCXG Global Forum March 2017 breakout group A and B summary slides

  1. 1. Climate Change Expert Group www.oecd.org/env/cc/ccxg.htm Tracking national progress in adaptation Andrea Meza Murillo, Timo Leiter, co-facilitators CCXG GFE 14-15 March 2017
  2. 2. 2 Climate Change Expert Group Benefits of tracking national adaptation 1. There can be considerable national benefits of M&E (e.g. facilitating mainstreaming, prioritising expenditure); M&E should respond primarily to these needs o Countries are setting up adaptation M&E systems o Balancing meaningfulness vs. standardisation 2. Could track inputs, processes, outputs, outcomes o … but potentially data- and resource-intensive 3. M&E is about learning more than indicators o Purpose is key to defining an M&E system o Choose right communication format for different target audience
  3. 3. 3 Climate Change Expert Group M&E challenges and lessons learned 1. Aggregation of progress at local, sub-national levels to national, global levels – important, but not straightforward o Not just quantitative but also qualitative synthesis o Can learn from (limited) transboundary M&E experience 2. Stakeholder buy-in, legislative basis important: o Poor co-ordination nationally can impede M&E, learning, mainstreaming o Identify responsibility for implementation, raising finance, monitoring, reporting 3. Adaptation M&E: rapidly evolving area, systems should be flexible

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