Workshop: Tools for Monitoring Flows and Public Climate Expenditure within the Framework of NDC Implementation
Generate an exchange of ideas on the expectations and scope of a monitoring system for climate finance in Peru, based on the experience of the application of the methodology "The Climate Public Expenditures and Institutional Review" (CPEIR) that has been applied in more than 40 countries and comprising a systematic qualitative and quantitative analysis of public spending on climate change
UNDP's presentation explained the benefits of the CPEIR methodology in measuring public spending on climate change and also in analyzing the consistency of this measurement with the activities contemplated in the NDC. The potential of using this methodology to leverage additional funds of international origin will also be discussed.
After the presentation, participants exchanged ideas on the definition of "climate expenditures", as well as on monitoring and reporting of climate finance. The objective was to identify the fundamental aspects that a monitoring system for climate financing should have, considering the implications of the NDC and the Framework Law on Climate Change.
Work Plan Consultation with Peru's Ministries
Activities involved the following:
- Coordination meeting with Peru's Ministry of Environment (MINAM) to discuss objectives for outputs under the NDC Support Program;
- Meeting with the mitigation team of the NDC Support Programme to discuss the state of progress in the various programme activities and to define a strategy for monitoring each of the components;
- Meeting with adaptation team NDC Support Programme to gage progres on its activities and to define a strategy for monitoring each of the components. This included a review of the following work plan objectives: Roadmap for the NDC, Integrated Water Governance and financial sustainability;
- Work plan review for prioritized strategic sectors
- Working meeting with the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC), Ministry of Housing Construction and Sanitation, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, the working group on Forest and Wildlife Service, the Ministry of Energy and Mines, Ministry of Production and the working group on Solid Waste;
- Discussion of gender focus in climate action plans;
- Work plan review Action 6.3 studies to evaluate the viability of legal and financial instruments