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Climate Compatible Development by Mind Map: Climate Compatible
Development
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Climate Compatible Development

opportunities

technological breakthrough

empowerment

technology transfer

resource implementation

International Development

Development Institutions

World Bank, Bio carbon fund, Netherlands European Carbon Facility (NECF), Danish Carbon Fund (DCF), Prototype Carbon Fund (PCF), Community Development Carbon Fund (CDCF), Netherlands Clean Development Mechanism Facility (NCDMF), Italian Carbon Fund (ICF), Spanish Carbon fund (SCF), Carbon fund for Europe (CFE), Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)

NGOs, Christian Aid, IISD, IUCN, SEI,, IC, CARE, Tearfund

UN

IMF

Development banks

academia

donors, DFID, GTZ, USAID, DANIDA, ADB, BMZ

economic growth

sustainable development

energy access, fossil energy, low carbon energy, Energy Efficiency, grids

climate justice

Millennium Development Goals, gender, poverty

climate compatible development, low carbon development, cleaner energy, efficiency, clean transport, climate resilient development, livelihood diversification, infrastructure proofing

Mitigation

policies and mechanisms

Roadmaps

NAMA

REDD, REDD plus

mitigation finance, CDM, Gold Standard, voluntary carbon trading, GEF, CIF

low carbon development, cleaner energy, efficiency, clean transport

Processes

projects, mitigation co-benefits, gender, Sustainable livelihoods, sustainable livelihoods approaches SLA, livelihood assets, Human, education, skills, knowledge transfer, Institutional, governance institutions, UNFCCC, negotiating tracks, AWG-LCA, mitigation, MRV, adaptation, finance, funding streams, innovative, tobin tax, IAPAL, public, domestic revenue problem, private, REDD, technology, AWG-KP, UNEP, mitigation, MRV, adaptation, finance, funding streams, innovative, tobin tax, IAPAL, public, domestic revenue problem, private, REDD, knowledge and communication, national policy, explicit climate policies, NAMA, NAPA, agricultural policy, energy policy, transport policy, industrial policy, extractives, oil, gas, mining, forestry, fisheries, forestry policy, confidence, tariffs, legislative framework, Physical, livestock, RE equipment, Natural, biodiversity, forestry, Social, Financial, carbon credits, sustainable job creation, livelihood diversification, health benefits, indoor pollution, rural elecrification, project finance, loans, soft loans, start up finance, private public partnerships, build-operate-transfer

Tools information

knowledge-sharing tools

Barriers to Carbon markets

Equity

Inclusion

mitigation strategies

using less energy

energy from low-emissions sources

protecting carbon stores

low emissions technologies

incentives to discourage high-emissions investments

Adaptation

Policies and mechanisms

NAPA

community based adaptation

Adaptation finance, Adaptation Fund, SCCF, LDCF

climate resilient development, livelihood diversification, infrastructure proofing

Processes/tools

projects, adaptation co-benefit, labor markets, Sustainable livelihoods, sustainable livelihoods approaches SLA, livelihood assets, Human, education, skills, knowledge transfer, Institutional, governance institutions, UNFCCC, negotiating tracks, AWG-LCA, mitigation, MRV, adaptation, finance, funding streams, innovative, tobin tax, IAPAL, public, domestic revenue problem, private, REDD, technology, AWG-KP, UNEP, mitigation, MRV, adaptation, finance, funding streams, innovative, tobin tax, IAPAL, public, domestic revenue problem, private, REDD, knowledge and communication, national policy, explicit climate policies, NAMA, NAPA, agricultural policy, energy policy, transport policy, industrial policy, extractives, oil, gas, mining, forestry, fisheries, forestry policy, confidence, tariffs, legislative framework, Physical, livestock, RE equipment, Natural, biodiversity, forestry, Social, Financial, carbon credits, sustainable job creation, livelihood diversification, project finance, loans, soft loans, start up finance, private public partnerships, build-operate-transfer

Adaptation strategies

livelihood diversity

learning and innovation

reduce dependence on ecosystem services

reduce inequality

disaster risk reduction

protect food security

water storage capacity

adaptation types

Anticipatory adaptation

Autonomous adaptation

Planned adaptation, Building adaptive capacity, Delivering adaptation actions

reactive adaptation

loose concepts

carbon foorprint

water industry-carbon

decentralization

grids

smart grids

stand-alone adaptation

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

energy

energy demand

rural electrification

soft energies

governance

national policy

explicit climate policies, NAMA, NAPA

agricultural policy

energy policy

transport policy

industrial policy

extractives, oil, gas, mining, forestry, fisheries

forestry policy

confidence, tariffs

legislative framework

influence

trust

regulations

regulatory barriers, uncertain legislative framework, unclear grid access, restrictions to grid access for producers, unclear process on land-use, inefficient regulation, political instability and corruption, low institutional capacity, little cooperation among govt institutions, subsidies for fossil, nonRE

governance institutions

UNFCCC, negotiating tracks, AWG-LCA, mitigation, MRV, adaptation, finance, funding streams, innovative, tobin tax, IAPAL, public, domestic revenue problem, private, REDD, technology, AWG-KP

UNEP, mitigation, MRV, adaptation, finance, funding streams, innovative, tobin tax, IAPAL, public, domestic revenue problem, private, REDD, knowledge and communication

sustainability

limits to growth

population

peak oil

green economy

policies

technologies

investment

planning

barriers

trade

WTO, creating markets, framework

CSR

barriers to sustainable markets

technical barriers

political barriers

social barriers, education, knowledge transfer, information, raising awarness

short view

legal barriers, Intellectual property rights

missing infrastructure

financial barrier, economic downturn, cost effectiveness, high cost of capital, borrow difficulty, high relative cost of RE power production, import/export taxes, restrictions to international investments

free markets, speculation

sustainable business

sustainable production, employment, technology, sustainable design

sustainable consumption, labellings, standards, gold standard, transparency, behaviour

corporate social responsibility

climate change (physical) facts

cc parameters

carbon

emissions, direct/indirect emissions, New node, New node, GHG emissions

pollution, air pollution, indoor pollution

CC Institutions

IPCC

GEF

clean investment funds

CC concepts

climate, weather, extreme weather events, temperature, Precipitation, Drought, Gusts, Storms, climate change, AGW, AGW causes, emissions, direct, indirect emissions, GHG emissions, deforestation, global dimming, global dimming causes, aerosol particles, smog, photochemical smog, climate change controversy, CC denial, CC sceptics, Climate Change impacts, climate risks, climate risk management CRM, climate proofing, climate proofing (“acceptable levels through long-lasting and environmentally sound, economically viable, and socially acceptable changes” (ADB 2205: xii)), climate risk screening, screening tools, Draft Risk Screening Tool ADB, Climate Change Screening Studies DANIDA, Guidance Manual USAID, Climate Proofing for Development GTZ, climate risk assessment, assessment tools, Guidance Manual USAID, Climate Proofing for Development GTZ, Strategic Programme Review (SPR) DFID, CEDRA Tearfund, CVCA CARE, CRiSTAL IISD, IUCN, SEI, IC, Adaptation Toolkit Christian Aid, Environmental and Climate Assessment Tool BMZ, Toolkit for Integrating Adaptation into Projects CARE, Toolkit for Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) CARE, Options Evaluation, Risk Analysis, Exposure unit, risk transfer, probability of an outcome resulting from the interaction of a hazard or event with conditions of vulnerability, which is dependent on exposure, sensitivity and capacity of a system to respond (UNISDR, 2004; IPCC, 2007)., water, embedded water, vulnerability, Food Security/ pricing, Primary climate variables and projections, temperature, rainfall, ect, Secondary climate impacts, floods, diarrhea, yields, droughts, diarrhea, ect, CC impacts Africa, increased water stress, food security, desertification, decline in yield, food security, rising water temperature (+overfishing), decreasing fisheries resources, sea level rise, adaptation cost, mangroves degraded, coral reefs degraded, CC impacts Asia, yield rise and decline, warmer costal water, cholera, floods, diarrhea, droughts, diarrhea, disappearing glaciers, water availability, crop yield, rock avalanches, rivers, freshwater availability, CC impacts Latin America, higher temperatures, decreased soil water, non-native species, salination, crop yield, desertification, crop yield, disappearing glaciers, water availability, crop yield, sea level rise, loss of land, soil erosion, dislocation, saltwater intrusion, CC impacts Small Islands States, sea level rise, loss of land, soil erosion, dislocation, saltwater intrusion, deteriorating coastal conditions, less fishing, less tourism, higher temperatures, non-native species, CC impacts poles, melting of permafrost, more heat absorption, melting glaciers, reduced biodiversity, desalination, rising sealevels, melting snow pack, melting sea ice, reduced biodiversity, desalination, rising sealevels, climate models, baseline, Regional Climate Model, global Climate Model