Guidebook for GCF proposals. The project is part of the GIZ climate finance readiness programme. The objective is to develop an easy to understand & use project development handbook that serves as guideline for GCF project developers in national and regional accredited entities, NDAs or line ministries. Additionally, the project develops a 'Frequently Asked Questions' document.
Supporting the transport section in the UNFCCC Baseline Compendium. The UNFCCC Compendium on GHG Baselines and Monitoring is planned as a compre-hensive sourcebook on methodological approaches, which will serve as the basis for global training programmes. It will be developed by the UNFCCC Secretariat, who asked GIZ to contribute the transport section by providing advice to GIZ regarding the contents of the “transport section” and providing quality control for the content. An additional element looks at the usefulness of bottom-up inventories for the use in the MRV of measures.
Evaluation of the UK Climate Investment Pilot. The work will combine impact and process evaluation approaches and will provide options for continuous improvement for the pilot in addition to identifying impacts and lessons for future UK International Climate Fund programmes. The evaluation will assess the delivery of the overall Pilot, as well as utilising a case study investigation of the pilot projects together with research and analysis of the investment climate in the priority countries. learning. The evaluation will also inform the evidence base to assess whether DECC should scale up the UKCI, and the GIB’s longer term role for investing UK climate finance internationally.
Implementation of Future GHG Mitigation Goals: Framework Conditions and Transformative Challenges in Selected Focus Countries. It is the goal of this project to compile and analyse quantitative and qualitative information on climate protective policies and actions as well as future options for deeper emission cuts in Ethiopia, Georgia, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Colombia, Morocco, the Marshall Islands, Peru, and Vietnam. The results of our analysis will enable the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) and the German Environment Agency (UBA) to enter into fruitful and constructive dialogue with these countries on realistic options to strengthen their climate policies.
The following represents a selection of projects completed over the last years