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Holistic sustainable development agenda
Ending extreme poverty
Leaving no one behind
49 SDG targets
for climate action
Jus...
CONVERGENT PRIORITIES
Source: Adapted from NCE, Emission Reduction Potential
CITIES
Compact cities
Mass transport
Sustaina...
Leadershi
p
National
coordinati
on
Policy
integratio
n
Monitoring
and reporting
Robust indicators – data challenges
Integr...
SEPARATE GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORKS
Agendas Green Economy Climate Change SDGs
Main lead
institutions
Environment, natural
resou...
FRAGMENTED GOVERNANCE UNDERMINE
PROGRESS
Shortcomings
• Limited institutional coordination
• Political economy challenges
...
POTENTIAL FOR GREATER GOVERNMENT
MOBILIZATION
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Agriculture ministries
Social ministries
Fo...
UNDP SUPPORT IN BOTH PROCESSES
Support for SDG Implementation
• Working with UN System through MAPS approach
• Integrated ...
APPROACHES AND ENTRY POINTS FOR ADDRESSING
GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES
Leadershi
p
National
coordinat
ion
Policy
integratio
n
Mo...
Jeniffer Hanna Collado, M.Sc
Head of Planning and International Cooperation
Greening Governance Seminar
World Resources In...
By Decree 601-08, the Council is created as an instance of public policy
coordination and joint efforts for climate change...
Legal Framework for SDGs: Law No.01-12 of
the National Development Strategy (NDS) 2030
Set indicators to reduce
emissions...
Energy IPPU Agriculture Waste
Constitution
CCDP/LEDSNDS
Adaptation/ constitutional priorityMitigation sectors
NDC DR
Drink...
High level Inter-institutional Commission for Sustainable
Development
Source: MEPYD, 2018
SECRETATIAT
Moving forward with the SDGs…
National SDGs Portal:
http://http://ods.gob.do
Moving forward with our NDC…
1. DR officially joined the NDC Partnership in October 2017.
2. April 2018, we sent the forma...
Institutions and
the governance
framework
MRV on SDG
achievements at all
levels
SO 1 SO 2 SO 3
SO 4 SO 5
What’s next for t...
How are the NDC and SDGs linked?
NDC represents the
country commitment
and actions aimed at
sustainable
development.
Publi...
www.cambioclimatico.gob.do
j.hanna@cambioclimatico.gob.do
THANK YOU!
Questions?
NDC – SDG
Synchronization
Lebanon’s Way Forward
WRI Greening Governance Seminar Series
Vahakn Kabakian
UNDP Climate Change...
Presentation Overview
1. The international and local logic behind the synchronization
2. What are Lebanon’s planned activi...
Logic behind Synchronization
The linkages between the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement
have been proven
New local proce...
Background Information
- Lebanon submitted its INDC to the UNFCCC in 2015;
- Lebanon is planning to update its NDC by 2020...
Planned Activities for NDC-SDG Synchronization
Action
- To what extent do the mitigation and adaptation policies that make...
Knowledge Products and Recommendations
• Comparison of the NDC policies with the SDG goals and targets and determination o...
What are the findings so far?
Challenges
1. SCAN goes beyond key word searches to find specific linkages to
SDG targets;
2. BUT does not show the degree...
Next steps
- Replicate the SCAN tool on all the NDC policies, mitigation and
adaptation;
- Conduct a stakeholder consultat...
Any questions?
Thank You!
vahakn@moe.gov.lb
climatechange.moe.gov.lb
climatechange@moe.gov.lb
Socializing the NDC-SDG agenda through NDC Implementation in Nigeria
By
Dr. Yerima . P. Tarfa
Director, Department of Clim...
Nigeria’s NDC Targets
 Nigeria’s NDC outlines the country’s climate change priorities for
the post-2020 period and includ...
Nigeria’s SDG Priorities
 Nigeria ratified and adopted the SDGs for implementation in
September 2015;
 There was full in...
Governance structure of the two
initiatives
 Effective mainstreaming of the SDGs into the broad
national development agen...
GROW ECONOMY 5% PER YEAR AND REDUCE EMISSIONS 20-45%,
DIVERSIFY ECONOMY TO REDUCE POVERTY, CREATE JOBS AND ACHIEVE FOOD & ...
Point of Convergence?
 The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are integral
to Nigeria’s development, and the mission of...
Cont’d
 Mitigation and adaptation are taken up in a number of targets under
six SDGs other than Goal 13, for instance reg...
Challenges
 Mainstreaming Climate Change into national
development programmes
 Constraints related to technical, capacit...
Output 4-UNDC-NDC Support
Programme
 Developed a financial strategy for funding the NDC
Sectoral Action Plan
 Increased ...
Mexico’s NDC-SDG
Alignmnet
Diego de Leon Segovia
FUNDACION PENSAR
Mexico’s 2030 Agenda Implementation
Timeline
First
Country
Report
July 2016
National
Commision
for the 2030
Agenda
April 2...
National Strategy
Other
implementation
groups
SDG Specialized Technical
Committee (CITEODS)
Committee for the
implementation of the 2030
Age...
NDC-SDG Alienation: Financing
NDG-SDG Alienation: Co-benefits
NDC-SDG Alienation: Diagnosis
Currently, with the the economic support of UK’s PACT program, the Ministry of
Foreign Affai...
Components of the diagnosis
● Stakeholder mapping
● Baseline analysis
● Policy framework and financial analysis
● Partners...
Main thematic areas of evaluation
Mitigation
● 22% GHG reduction and 51% black carbon
○ Transportation
○ Electricity gener...
Indigenous
Communities
Subnational
Action
Non-State
Actors
Main digital
platforms
SDG Knowledge Platform (UN)
[Link]
Main Government´s Page
→ http://agenda2030.mx
→ www.gob.mx/agend...
Bibliography
★ 2016 SDG Country Report [Link]
★ 2018 SDG Country Report [Link]
★ Decree that creates the
National 2030 Age...
Contact
Diego de Leon
Project manager - NDC
Advisor
Fundación Pensar
Greening Governance Seminar Series: Driving Equitable Climate Transitions: Governance Frameworks for the Climate Change, S...
Greening Governance Seminar Series: Driving Equitable Climate Transitions: Governance Frameworks for the Climate Change, S...
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Greening Governance Seminar Series: Driving Equitable Climate Transitions: Governance Frameworks for the Climate Change, SDG, and Green Growth Agendas

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Greening Governance Seminar Series: Driving Equitable Climate Transitions: Governance Frameworks for the Climate Change, SDG, and Green Growth Agendas

  1. 1. Holistic sustainable development agenda Ending extreme poverty Leaving no one behind 49 SDG targets for climate action Just transition Mitigation, adaptation Lifecycle and value-chain approaches OVERLAPPING AGENDAS 80 SDG targets for green economy 40 SDG targets on sustainable consumption and production Carbon neutrality 1.5°C – 2°C
  2. 2. CONVERGENT PRIORITIES Source: Adapted from NCE, Emission Reduction Potential CITIES Compact cities Mass transport Sustainable waste management LAND USE More efficient, productive agriculture Reforestation, land restoration Reduced food waste ENERGY Removed fossil fuel subsidies Reduced coal, methane emissions Energy efficiency SERVICE MANUFACTURE Enhanced efficiency of manufacturing and services
  3. 3. Leadershi p National coordinati on Policy integratio n Monitoring and reporting Robust indicators – data challenges Integration in national results & performance frameworks Perception of additional burden by sector ministries Whole-of-government approach to strategy planning Guidance to mainstream goals across all policies and budgets Capacity of focal points to influence sector planning processes Monitoring policy and budget alignment Inclusiveness - effectiveness of the coordination body Ownership from decision and policy makers Engagement of non-state actors, civil society and business High level oversight - capacity & expertise to drive the transition Political leadership - continuity in implementation Center of government - ownership of sector ministries Co-leadership by two institutions - risk of turf wars SIMILAR GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES
  4. 4. SEPARATE GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORKS Agendas Green Economy Climate Change SDGs Main lead institutions Environment, natural resources, energy, planning Environment, in very few cases planning and presidency Planning, economy, presidency, prime minister Policy framework Green economy strategies Mainstreaming guidance Climate change plans and acts, NDCs, LTS Mainstreaming guidance SD strategies, SDG implementation plans Mainstreaming guidance Frequent Coordination bodies A few national councils Sector focal points in some countries Parliamentary forums National councils Focal points in priority sector ministries Parliamentary committees National councils Units, focal points in most ministries Parliamentary forums Monitoring & reporting frameworks Follow-up of green economy strategies 10 YFP for SCP 5-Y NDC reviews, Reports to UNFCCC, Paris Agreement Transparency Framework National reviews HLPF for Sustainable Development
  5. 5. FRAGMENTED GOVERNANCE UNDERMINE PROGRESS Shortcomings • Limited institutional coordination • Political economy challenges • Siloed approach to strategy planning and design of indicators • Lack of overarching strategy • Different narratives and terminologies • Proliferation of mainstreaming guidance and reporting frameworks Challenges for implementation • Risk of institutional duplications, competition and coordination fatigue • Potential inconsistencies and trade-offs • Missed opportunities for greater policy integration and synergies • Difficulty to reconcile environmental sustainability and social equity • Hard to ensure consistency in driving various sector transformations • Overwhelmed sector and local actors with little time and capacities leading to limited engagement • Missed opportunities to leverage strengths from respective agendas • Inefficiency and cost-ineffectiveness
  6. 6. POTENTIAL FOR GREATER GOVERNMENT MOBILIZATION 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Agriculture ministries Social ministries Foreign affairs and cooperation… Environment, natural resources… Sustainable development ministries Economy, finance, green growth… Planning ministries Presidency and prime minister… SDG Source: WRI. Survey of 100 countries. Chart includes different co-lead institutions in the same country
  7. 7. UNDP SUPPORT IN BOTH PROCESSES Support for SDG Implementation • Working with UN System through MAPS approach • Integrated support to 114 countries, including: Embed SDGs in national development plans and structures, Prepare SDG roadmaps, apply tools to measure, finance and implement development plans, Support for NDC Implementation • Portfolio of climate change support in 140 countries, including addressing enabling actions for NDC implementation • Regional and Global NDC dialogues (22 dialogues since 2014, including 152 countries) Aligning NDC and SDG implementation • Incorporating NDCs into MAPS approach (training) • Guidance note on mainstreaming in Africa • Preview publication, expanded this year, drawing on experiences from countries and existing approaches and methodologies • Direct country support
  8. 8. APPROACHES AND ENTRY POINTS FOR ADDRESSING GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES Leadershi p National coordinat ion Policy integratio n Monitoring and reporting Integrated MRV Systems What data and systems are being utilized for different processes? How do indicators compare/align? Jointly integrating NDC, SDG and GES targets into national, sectoral and local development plans Stocktaking of existing policies? Where are synergies and tradeoffs? Where are entry points within policy processes? Strengthen participatory institutional frameworks Build on existing coordination systems Which actors are involved in different processes? Roles and responsibilities? What mechanisms are in place? Policy frameworks and law to underpin? Support high-level leaders and enhance coordination Make the development case for climate action What are the priorities and needs to get engagement? How to leverage complementarity in oversight institutions?
  9. 9. Jeniffer Hanna Collado, M.Sc Head of Planning and International Cooperation Greening Governance Seminar World Resources Institute January 31st 2019 Dominican Republic’s Experience: Building Integrated Institutional Frameworks for the SDGs and NDCs.
  10. 10. By Decree 601-08, the Council is created as an instance of public policy coordination and joint efforts for climate change mitigation and adaptation. Date: September 20th, 2008 H.E Danilo Medina Sánchez President of the Council and the Dominican Republic National Focal Point for: - The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Climate Change (along with the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources) • Designated National Authority (DNA) for Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) • National Determined Contribution (NDC) • Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) • Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE) • NDC Partnership (along with the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Development) Among others….. Make climate change a priority issue in the agenda of sustainable development of the country through the strategic integration of adaptation and mitigation of the phenomenon within the policies and investment programs of the public sector ( central and municipal level ) and the private sector. Equivalent to having a Mainstreaming Agenda from the Coordinating Council and the participation of institutions should be taken as a policy of the Government and the Dominican State. Strategic Objective
  11. 11. Legal Framework for SDGs: Law No.01-12 of the National Development Strategy (NDS) 2030 Set indicators to reduce emissions and to adapt to climate change. “A society with a culture of sustainable consumption and production that protects the environment and natural resources and promotes an adequate adaptation to climate change”. Indicators Unit/ Measurement scale Baseline QUINQUENNIAL GOALS Year Value 2015 2020 2025 2030 4.1 Carbon dioxide emissions Metric tons per capita 2010 3.6 3.4 3.2 3.4 2.8 4.2 National protected areas Percentage of total land area 2009 24.4 24.4 24.4 24.4 24.4 4.3 Annual deforestation rate (average) Percentage of total forest area (negativ e values indicate increases in the total forest area) 2005 -0.1 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2 -0.2 4.4 Efficiency of water use in systems and water distribution networks an d its final application irrigation system Percentage of distributed water that was exploited 2010 28.0 36.5 45.0 45.0 45.0 Article 28. Indicators and Targets for the Fourth Strategic Axis:
  12. 12. Energy IPPU Agriculture Waste Constitution CCDP/LEDSNDS Adaptation/ constitutional priorityMitigation sectors NDC DR Drinking water Energy/ power generation National System of Protected AreaHuman settlement Land use, land-use change and forestry 25 % to 2030 conditional Timeframe 2010-2030 Risk Management and Early Warning Systems Ecosystem-Based Adaptation /Resilience of Ecosystems Increase of Adaptive Capacity and Decrease of Territorial / Sectoral Vulnerability Health Coastal and marine areas Infrastructure Food Security Floods and Droughts Tourism Loss and damage Cross-cutting issues: • Financing • Technology Needs • Education and Capacity Building • Gender • Youth Integrated Water Management
  13. 13. High level Inter-institutional Commission for Sustainable Development Source: MEPYD, 2018 SECRETATIAT
  14. 14. Moving forward with the SDGs… National SDGs Portal: http://http://ods.gob.do
  15. 15. Moving forward with our NDC… 1. DR officially joined the NDC Partnership in October 2017. 2. April 2018, we sent the formal request letter to the NDC Partnership. A key request was to assess the climate change impacts of sectoral development programs (SDPs) in relation with the NDC and the SDGs, identifying needs, gaps and opportunities. 3. Between May – September 2018, national consultations took place, including a national workshop and a donors roundtable. 4. Action plan officially launched at COP24, Katowice. 4 Strategic components towards the implementation of the NDC: 1. Promote the development of policies, plans and regulations for all the sectors 2. Promote the portfolio of investment flows 3. Promote the design and establishment of the national transparency system 4. Cross-cutting issues: Create and strengthen national capacities
  16. 16. Institutions and the governance framework MRV on SDG achievements at all levels SO 1 SO 2 SO 3 SO 4 SO 5 What’s next for the Working Groups in the Framework of the SDGs? Coordinate the alignment and prioritization of the SDGs, their goals and indicators with the areas of the national planning system Establish mechanisms for articulation between the different levels of planning, guaranteeing an effective integration of the SDGs at the local level Promote the efficient management of the resources necessary for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda, aligned with national priorities. Source: MEPYD, 2018
  17. 17. How are the NDC and SDGs linked? NDC represents the country commitment and actions aimed at sustainable development. Public-private partnerships are the engine of the NDC and SDGs The NDC Partnership Action Plan serves as a basis for planning, coordination, mobilization of resources and transparency in the urgent implementation of the NDC to achieve the climate and development objectives of the Dominican Republic. It is also the heart of the work of the SDG #13.
  18. 18. www.cambioclimatico.gob.do j.hanna@cambioclimatico.gob.do THANK YOU! Questions?
  19. 19. NDC – SDG Synchronization Lebanon’s Way Forward WRI Greening Governance Seminar Series Vahakn Kabakian UNDP Climate Change Adviser and Portfolio Manager
  20. 20. Presentation Overview 1. The international and local logic behind the synchronization 2. What are Lebanon’s planned activities for 2019 on NDC and SDGs? 3. What are the findings so far? 4. What are the envisioned challenges?
  21. 21. Logic behind Synchronization The linkages between the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement have been proven New local processes which give the opportunity for early coordination and awareness In the end, it makes everyone’s job easier After 2015, international donors were quick to reconcile the two processes
  22. 22. Background Information - Lebanon submitted its INDC to the UNFCCC in 2015; - Lebanon is planning to update its NDC by 2020; - Lebanon submitted its Voluntary National Review to the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in 2018; - The Council of Ministers formed the National Committee on SDGs which includes four thematic groups according to the 5Ps of the SDGs (People, Planet, Prosperity, Strong Institutions and Peace) and a Statistical Task Force; - The Council of Ministers mandated the Ministry of Environment to form a committee responsible for the follow- up of the NDC implementation – mitigation; - The SDG committee only met once so far, and the NDC committee will meet for the first time in 2019.
  23. 23. Planned Activities for NDC-SDG Synchronization Action - To what extent do the mitigation and adaptation policies that make up Lebanon’s NDC match the policies that contribute to Lebanon’s sustainable development? - Which SDGs and sub-goals do the policies in the NDC correspond to? To what degree? - Which SDGs are completely left out of the NDC, and how relevant is it to include them in the 2020 update of the NDC? Transparency - How can institutions make use of the progress indicators of NDC policies (when available) to inform the SDG committee of Lebanon’s sustainable development progress? - How can institutions make use of the already agreed global SDG indicators to inform progress on the NDC policies? What are the data needs and steps forward to fill the gaps to enable complete reporting? Coordination - What are the institutional arrangements that exist, that can be built upon, and can be established for a smooth generation and communication of data between institutions responsible for the implementation and reporting of the NDC and SDGs? - How can the different committees work together in order to avoid duplication of efforts?
  24. 24. Knowledge Products and Recommendations • Comparison of the NDC policies with the SDG goals and targets and determination of relevance; • Prioritization of the NDC policies to inform which are contributing most to Lebanon’s sustainable development; • Assessment of the SDG relevant policies in Lebanon (including the VNR) and identification of climate change mainstreaming opportunities; • Recommendations on the expansion of the NDC scope in its future iterations in terms of sectors or gases; • Assessment and recommendations of entry-points to make the SDG reporting climate- smart and climate-ambitious; • Identification of existing indicators for the policies that make up Lebanon’s NDC, and the existing indicators that track the implementation of SDGs where relevant; • Assess the existing institutional arrangements and identify missing links; • Recommendations for new or improved institutional arrangements.
  25. 25. What are the findings so far?
  26. 26. Challenges 1. SCAN goes beyond key word searches to find specific linkages to SDG targets; 2. BUT does not show the degree of linkage (level of impact) to SDG Targets, i.e. it is not weighted; 3. Each linkage needs ground-truth to national conditions, i.e. validation; 4. Analyzing each & every environmental policy recommendation (in each document) would give an enormous amount of data; 5. Institutions have very little awareness of the linkages between the NDC and SDGs; 6. The SDG committee does not meet often and is a very large group.
  27. 27. Next steps - Replicate the SCAN tool on all the NDC policies, mitigation and adaptation; - Conduct a stakeholder consultation when expert judgement is needed on the impact and level of impact; - Coordinate with the UNDP – SDG project who is working with the Council of Ministers on the SDG committee on all activities; - Coordinate with the gender mainstreaming work being conducted as part of NDCSP (links to SDG 5); - Raise awareness of the NDC committee on the work being done; - Use the results to inform the NDC 2020 update.
  28. 28. Any questions? Thank You! vahakn@moe.gov.lb climatechange.moe.gov.lb climatechange@moe.gov.lb
  29. 29. Socializing the NDC-SDG agenda through NDC Implementation in Nigeria By Dr. Yerima . P. Tarfa Director, Department of Climate Change Federal Ministry of Environment
  30. 30. Nigeria’s NDC Targets  Nigeria’s NDC outlines the country’s climate change priorities for the post-2020 period and include not only targets, but also concrete strategies for addressing the causes of climate change and responding to its effects;  Nigeria’s NDC includes an unconditional contribution to reduced GHG emissions by 20% below BAU projections by 2030, and a conditional contribution of 45%, based on commitment with international support;  The sectors are (i) agriculture and land use; (ii) energy; (iii) industry; (iv) oil and gas; and (transport).
  31. 31. Nigeria’s SDG Priorities  Nigeria ratified and adopted the SDGs for implementation in September 2015;  There was full integration of all the SDGs into national and sectoral policy frameworks and implementation and ;  Collaboration with agencies of government and other stake- holders relevant stallholders for effective implementation.  The Nigerian government is focusing on reducing poverty, increasing food security, creating jobs by diversifying the economy, providing a healthy environment and, importantly, driving economic development by providing access to energy.
  32. 32. Governance structure of the two initiatives  Effective mainstreaming of the SDGs into the broad national development agenda collaboration relied on the collaboration of 3 key institutions: 1)Office of the Senior Special Adviser to the President on SDGs (OSSAP -SDGs), 2) National Planning Commission (NPC) and 3) National Economic Council (NEC).  OSSAP -SDGs functions as the secretariat of the Presidential Committee to drive performance on the SDGs on a day –to -day basis  They relate with the relevant stakeholders including the states, LGAs, , Private Sectors and civil societies.
  33. 33. GROW ECONOMY 5% PER YEAR AND REDUCE EMISSIONS 20-45%, DIVERSIFY ECONOMY TO REDUCE POVERTY, CREATE JOBS AND ACHIEVE FOOD & WATER FOR ALL MDA AND STATE ACTION PLANS TO CLIMATE PROOF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES AND PLANS NDCROADMAP INTER-MINISTERIAL GOVERNANCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE ENGAGE STAKEHOLDERS FINANCE MONITOR, REPORT, VERIFY
  34. 34. Point of Convergence?  The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are integral to Nigeria’s development, and the mission of the government through the NDC is fully aligned with them.  The livelihood of Nigerians is increasingly affected by climate change.  The nexus of climate change and other development challenges, such as poverty alleviation, access to modern energy, food security and reducing inequality is complex.  This complexity is reflected in the sustainable development goals. Goal number 13 states: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts”.
  35. 35. Cont’d  Mitigation and adaptation are taken up in a number of targets under six SDGs other than Goal 13, for instance regarding resilience of the poor , agricultural practices, infrastructure and cities and human settlements .  In general, the implementation of the NDC is important, as its delivery will significantly help in achieving a number of the SDGs targets: issues of carbon sink in agriculture (Goal 2), mitigation and health (Goal 3) economic growth (Goal 8) and de-carbonization of consumption and production patterns (Goal 12).  If delivered upon, the NDC will improve standards of living, promote clean energy access and food and water security for all, whilst reducing emissions 20-45% below business as usual by 2030 and making the country more resilient to climate impacts.
  36. 36. Challenges  Mainstreaming Climate Change into national development programmes  Constraints related to technical, capacity needs and finance  Awareness creation and Ineffective communications and advocacy,especially at the community levels  Limited structure for data management  Weak inter-agency and intergovernmental partnerships  Poor engagement with key actors e.g. private sector
  37. 37. Output 4-UNDC-NDC Support Programme  Developed a financial strategy for funding the NDC Sectoral Action Plan  Increased private sector contribution to meeting NDC targets either by participating in mitigation and adaptation projects or by adopting climate-friendly measures in their current operations;  Built a registry of adaptation and mitigation actions that are contributing to the achievement of NDC targets in order to start measuring progress;  Increased the visibility of the NDC through an effective communication strategy and a full integration in the
  38. 38. Mexico’s NDC-SDG Alignmnet Diego de Leon Segovia FUNDACION PENSAR
  39. 39. Mexico’s 2030 Agenda Implementation Timeline First Country Report July 2016 National Commision for the 2030 Agenda April 2017 Second Country Report July 2018 National Strategy for 2030 Agenda Implementation November 2018
  40. 40. National Strategy
  41. 41. Other implementation groups SDG Specialized Technical Committee (CITEODS) Committee for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda of the National Conference of Governors 2030 Agenda Senate Work- Group
  42. 42. NDC-SDG Alienation: Financing
  43. 43. NDG-SDG Alienation: Co-benefits
  44. 44. NDC-SDG Alienation: Diagnosis Currently, with the the economic support of UK’s PACT program, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Environment are implementing through Fundación Pensar and Carbon Trust, respectively, to make a diagnosis of Mexico’s implementation of its NDC and to mainstream climate change into the Sectoral Plans.
  45. 45. Components of the diagnosis ● Stakeholder mapping ● Baseline analysis ● Policy framework and financial analysis ● Partnership analysis ● Sectoral Policy Recommendations ● Monitoring and evaluation platform ● Disseminations events Timeframe: 6 months (Nov 2018 - May 2019)
  46. 46. Main thematic areas of evaluation Mitigation ● 22% GHG reduction and 51% black carbon ○ Transportation ○ Electricity generation ○ Commercial and residential ○ Oil and gas ○ Industry ○ Farming and agriculture ○ Waste ○ Land use change Adaptation ● Increase resilience of 50% of the most vulnerable municipalities in the country ● 0% deforestation rate by 2030 ● Install early alarm system at all levels of government
  47. 47. Indigenous Communities Subnational Action Non-State Actors
  48. 48. Main digital platforms SDG Knowledge Platform (UN) [Link] Main Government´s Page → http://agenda2030.mx → www.gob.mx/agenda2030
  49. 49. Bibliography ★ 2016 SDG Country Report [Link] ★ 2018 SDG Country Report [Link] ★ Decree that creates the National 2030 Agenda Council [Link] ★ National Strategy for the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda [Link]
  50. 50. Contact Diego de Leon Project manager - NDC Advisor Fundación Pensar

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