Climate Compatible Development

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Climate Compatible Development by Mind Map: Climate Compatible Development

1. opportunities

1.1. technological breakthrough

1.2. empowerment

1.3. technology transfer

2. resource implementation

3. International Development

3.1. Development Institutions

3.1.1. World Bank

3.1.1.1. Bio carbon fund

3.1.1.2. Netherlands European Carbon Facility (NECF)

3.1.1.3. Danish Carbon Fund (DCF)

3.1.1.4. Prototype Carbon Fund (PCF)

3.1.1.5. Community Development Carbon Fund (CDCF)

3.1.1.6. Netherlands Clean Development Mechanism Facility (NCDMF)

3.1.1.7. Italian Carbon Fund (ICF)

3.1.1.8. Spanish Carbon fund (SCF)

3.1.1.9. Carbon fund for Europe (CFE)

3.1.1.10. Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)

3.1.2. NGOs

3.1.2.1. Christian Aid

3.1.2.2. IISD, IUCN, SEI,

3.1.2.3. IC

3.1.2.4. CARE

3.1.2.5. Tearfund

3.1.3. UN

3.1.4. IMF

3.1.5. Development banks

3.1.6. academia

3.1.7. donors

3.1.7.1. DFID

3.1.7.2. GTZ

3.1.7.3. USAID

3.1.7.4. DANIDA

3.1.7.5. ADB

3.1.7.6. BMZ

3.2. economic growth

3.3. sustainable development

3.3.1. energy access

3.3.1.1. fossil energy

3.3.1.2. low carbon energy

3.3.1.3. Energy Efficiency

3.3.1.3.1. grids

3.3.2. climate justice

3.3.3. Millennium Development Goals

3.3.3.1. gender

3.3.3.2. poverty

3.3.4. climate compatible development

3.3.4.1. low carbon development

3.3.4.1.1. cleaner energy

3.3.4.1.2. efficiency

3.3.4.1.3. clean transport

3.3.4.2. climate resilient development

3.3.4.2.1. livelihood diversification

3.3.4.2.2. infrastructure proofing

4. Mitigation

4.1. policies and mechanisms

4.1.1. Roadmaps

4.1.2. NAMA

4.1.3. REDD

4.1.3.1. REDD plus

4.1.4. mitigation finance

4.1.4.1. CDM

4.1.4.1.1. Gold Standard

4.1.4.2. voluntary carbon trading

4.1.4.3. GEF

4.1.4.4. CIF

4.1.5. low carbon development

4.1.5.1. cleaner energy

4.1.5.2. efficiency

4.1.5.3. clean transport

4.2. Processes

4.2.1. projects

4.2.1.1. mitigation co-benefits

4.2.1.1.1. gender

4.2.1.1.2. Sustainable livelihoods

4.2.1.1.3. health benefits

4.2.1.1.4. rural elecrification

4.2.1.2. project finance

4.2.1.2.1. loans

4.2.1.2.2. start up finance

4.2.1.2.3. private public partnerships

4.3. Tools information

4.3.1. knowledge-sharing tools

4.4. Barriers to Carbon markets

4.4.1. Equity

4.4.2. Inclusion

4.5. mitigation strategies

4.5.1. using less energy

4.5.2. energy from low-emissions sources

4.5.3. protecting carbon stores

4.5.4. low emissions technologies

4.5.5. incentives to discourage high-emissions investments

5. Adaptation

5.1. Policies and mechanisms

5.1.1. NAPA

5.1.2. community based adaptation

5.1.3. Adaptation finance

5.1.3.1. Adaptation Fund

5.1.3.2. SCCF

5.1.3.3. LDCF

5.1.4. climate resilient development

5.1.4.1. livelihood diversification

5.1.4.2. infrastructure proofing

5.2. Processes/tools

5.2.1. projects

5.2.1.1. adaptation co-benefit

5.2.1.1.1. labor markets

5.2.1.1.2. Sustainable livelihoods

5.2.1.2. project finance

5.2.1.2.1. loans

5.2.1.2.2. start up finance

5.2.1.2.3. private public partnerships

5.3. Adaptation strategies

5.3.1. livelihood diversity

5.3.2. learning and innovation

5.3.3. reduce dependence on ecosystem services

5.3.4. reduce inequality

5.3.5. disaster risk reduction

5.3.6. protect food security

5.3.7. water storage capacity

5.4. adaptation types

5.4.1. Anticipatory adaptation

5.4.2. Autonomous adaptation

5.4.3. Planned adaptation

5.4.3.1. Building adaptive capacity

5.4.3.2. Delivering adaptation actions

5.4.4. reactive adaptation

6. loose concepts

6.1. carbon foorprint

6.2. water industry-carbon

6.3. decentralization

6.4. grids

6.4.1. smart grids

6.5. stand-alone adaptation

6.6. tool: replicable, tangible device such as a computer program, website or document of some type (e.g. handbook, checklist).

6.7. energy

6.7.1. energy demand

6.7.2. rural electrification

6.7.3. soft energies

7. governance

7.1. national policy

7.1.1. explicit climate policies

7.1.1.1. NAMA

7.1.1.2. NAPA

7.1.2. agricultural policy

7.1.3. energy policy

7.1.4. transport policy

7.1.5. industrial policy

7.1.6. extractives

7.1.6.1. oil, gas

7.1.6.2. mining

7.1.6.3. forestry

7.1.6.4. fisheries

7.1.7. forestry policy

7.1.8. confidence

7.1.8.1. tariffs

7.1.9. legislative framework

7.2. influence

7.2.1. trust

7.3. regulations

7.3.1. regulatory barriers

7.3.1.1. uncertain legislative framework

7.3.1.2. unclear grid access

7.3.1.2.1. restrictions to grid access for producers

7.3.1.3. unclear process on land-use

7.3.1.4. inefficient regulation

7.3.1.5. political instability and corruption

7.3.1.6. low institutional capacity

7.3.1.6.1. little cooperation among govt institutions

7.4. governance institutions

7.4.1. UNFCCC

7.4.1.1. negotiating tracks

7.4.1.1.1. AWG-LCA

7.4.1.1.2. AWG-KP

7.4.2. UNEP

7.4.2.1. mitigation

7.4.2.1.1. MRV

7.4.2.2. adaptation

7.4.2.3. finance

7.4.2.3.1. funding streams

7.4.2.4. REDD

7.4.2.5. knowledge and communication

8. sustainability

8.1. limits to growth

8.1.1. population

8.1.2. peak oil

8.2. green economy

8.2.1. policies

8.2.2. technologies

8.2.3. investment

8.2.4. planning

8.2.5. barriers

8.3. trade

8.3.1. WTO

8.3.1.1. creating markets

8.3.1.1.1. framework

8.4. CSR

8.5. barriers to sustainable markets

8.5.1. technical barriers

8.5.2. political barriers

8.5.3. social barriers

8.5.3.1. education

8.5.3.1.1. knowledge transfer

8.5.3.2. information

8.5.3.2.1. raising awarness

8.5.4. short view

8.5.5. legal barriers

8.5.5.1. Intellectual property rights

8.5.6. missing infrastructure

8.5.7. financial barrier

8.5.7.1. economic downturn

8.5.7.1.1. cost effectiveness

8.5.7.1.2. high cost of capital

8.5.7.2. high relative cost of RE power production

8.5.7.3. import/export taxes

8.5.7.4. restrictions to international investments

8.5.8. free markets

8.5.8.1. speculation

8.6. sustainable business

8.6.1. sustainable production

8.6.1.1. employment

8.6.1.2. technology

8.6.1.3. sustainable design

8.6.2. sustainable consumption

8.6.2.1. labellings, standards

8.6.2.1.1. gold standard

8.6.2.2. transparency

8.6.2.3. behaviour

8.6.3. corporate social responsibility

9. climate change (physical) facts

9.1. cc parameters

9.1.1. carbon

9.1.2. emissions

9.1.2.1. direct/indirect emissions

9.1.2.1.1. New node

9.1.2.1.2. New node

9.1.2.2. GHG emissions

9.1.3. pollution

9.1.3.1. air pollution

9.1.3.2. indoor pollution

9.2. CC Institutions

9.2.1. IPCC

9.2.2. GEF

9.2.3. clean investment funds

9.3. CC concepts

9.3.1. climate

9.3.1.1. weather

9.3.1.1.1. extreme weather events

9.3.1.2. climate change

9.3.1.2.1. AGW

9.3.1.2.2. climate change controversy

9.3.1.2.3. Climate Change impacts

9.3.1.3. climate models

9.3.1.3.1. baseline

9.3.1.3.2. Regional Climate Model

9.3.1.3.3. global Climate Model