Stocktaking for National Adaptation Planning (SNAP) - UNDP-ALM

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The Stocktaking for National Adaptation
Planning (SNAP) tool by GIZ
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Nele Bünner
Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
Asia Regional Training Workshop
Marriott Resort and Spa, Pattaya, Thailand, 17-20 February 2014
NAP process (5/CP.17)
• Objectives
 Reduce vulnerability, build adaptive capacity and resilience
 Mainstream adaptation to climate change into all relevant sectorspecific and general development planning
• Characteristics
 Country-driven, non-prescriptive, iterative, building on existing
efforts
 Transparent, participatory, gender-sensitive
• Elements
a) Laying the groundwork and addressing gaps
b) Preparatory elements
c) Implementation Strategies
d) Monitoring, reporting, review
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Elements of the NAP process
GIZ Stocktaking tool for identifying
needs, gaps, and the point of departure
for the NAP process
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Source: LEG 2012
Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
Asia Regional Training Workshop
Stocktaking for National Adaptation
Planning (SNAP) tool
Mainly support for Element A: Lay the groundwork and
address gaps
Initiate of the NAP process
Assesses on-going and past adaptation activities
Assesses of strategic NAP goals
Identify needs and gaps
Based on 7 success factors for NAP (21 test questions)
Entry points for additional measures
Monitoring & Evaluation of national planning process
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UNFCCC guidance on NAP success factors
Success factor
UNFCCC guidance
Climate information
 “Guided by the best available science and, as appropriate,
traditional knowledge” (5/CP.17, 3rd para)
Human and institutional capacities
 “Institutional arrangements and capacities for overall coordination
and leadership on adaptation“ (5/CP.17, Annex, 2nd para)
Long term vision and mandate
 “Identify and address medium- and long-term adaptation needs”
(1/CP.16, 15th para)
Implementation
 “Based on nationally identified priorities” (5/CP.17, 1st para)
Mainstreaming
 „Integrate adaptation to climate change into all sector-specific and
general development planning” (5/CP.17, 1st para)
Participation
 “Gender-sensitive, participatory and fully transparent approach”
(5/CP.17, 3rd para)
M&E
 “Address inefficiencies; reflect lessons learned; monitor and review
efforts; report on effectiveness” (5/CP.17, Annex, 6th para)
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Climate information
Data about climate impacts, vulnerabilities and
adaptation options that provide the basis for solid
decision making about responses to climate change.
Picture: Inventory of Methods for Adaptation to Climate Change (IMACC)
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Human and institutional capacities
The ability of stakeholders and institutions to
coordinate adaptation processes as well as to use and
manage climate information.
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Long term vision and mandate
Common understanding on long term objectives for
national development taking climate change into
account, as well as a mandate to align key process with
this vision.
Picture: Inventory of Methods for Adaptation to Climate Change (IMACC)
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Implementation
The quality, quantity and strategic orientation of
measures that are put on the ground to enhance
resilience or reduce vulnerability to changes in climate.
Picture: Inventory of Methods for Adaptation to Climate Change (IMACC)
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Mainstreaming
The process of integrating adaptation into
development processes at all planning levels, including
national, sectorial and communal policy documents
and programs.
Picture: Inventory of Methods for Adaptation to Climate Change (IMACC)
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Participation
The involvement of representatives from private entities,
different sectorial public administrations, civil society and NGO.
Involving women´s representatives is especially important since
women are often disproportionally affected by climate change.
Picture: Inventory of Methods for Adaptation to Climate Change (IMACC)
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Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
Asia Regional Training Workshop
Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E)
Monitoring climate change impacts, financial resources, and
adaptation performance, as well as monitoring and evaluating
adaptation results provides valuable information for adaptation
planning and decision-making. M&E systems for adaptation
ensure effective resource allocation, improve accountability,
strengthen steering adaptation plans and activities and foster
learning on adaptation.
Picture: Inventory of Methods for
Adaptation to Climate Change (IMACC)
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Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
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How to assess these factors?
• Participatory stakeholder workshop
(1-2 days)
• Introduction to NAP
• Overview of the national adaptation
and development planning context
• Combination of group discussion and
individual assessment with
qualitative justification for current
and intended planning capacities
• Group discussion on results
• Documentation of assessment
results and discussion
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Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
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Results
• Common understanding of point of departure in the
NAP process
• Exchange between important institutions
• Meaning of NAP for the country
• Identification of important needs and gaps for
effective adaptation
• Indications for formulating a NAP ‘roadmap’
– Prioritize success factors
– Specific activities
Session 3
Introduction of tools developed by NAP-GSP partners and
collaborators
Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
Asia Regional Training Workshop
Training on Stocktaking for National
Adaptation Planning (SNAP) tool by GIZ
Adapted version for training context:
• Introduction to the SNAP tool
• Simulation of a national stakeholder workshop using
the SNAP tool
• Findings and wrap-up
• Presentation of real-case application in Tunisia
 Material
Session 3
Introduction of tools developed by NAP-GSP partners and
collaborators
Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
Asia Regional Training Workshop
Thursday, 11.45 am to 1.45 pm
Training session on the Stocktaking for
National Adaptation Planning (SNAP) tool
by GIZ
Contact: Nele Bünner, [email protected]
Session 3
Introduction of tools developed by NAP-GSP partners and
collaborators
Supporting LDCs to advance their National Adaptation Plans
Asia Regional Training Workshop

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