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Chile
South America
Title
Strengthening Chilean's Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) transparency framework
Objective

Strengthen and improve transparency mechanisms of Chilean national institutions for domestic and UN conventions reporting

GEF project grant
USD 1.232.000
Concept approval
Project document approval
Start date
End date
Implementing agencies

Project outcomes

Climate data and analysis is integrated into policy making and international reporting.

Chile’s NDC is being tracked and evaluated.

Public institutions report their climate expenditures and support received.

Stakeholders

Division of Climate Change, Ministry of Environment
Division of information and environmental economics, Ministry of Environment
Division of sustainability and Climate Change, Ministry of Energy
Division of Energy Prospective, Ministry of Energy
ODEPA, Ministry of Agriculture
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Finance
Climate Change and sustainability agency
Centro de cambio global
CR2

Knowledge Management Approaches

Enhance public consultation to elaborate policy elements related to climate change

Technical working group on best tracking options for the NDC

Active partner of the CBIT Global Coordination Platform, exchanging lessons learnt with other countries


Meet the focal point of the project
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Jenny Mager

 Head of the Mitigation and Emission Inventories area at the Climate Change Office in Chile’s Ministry of the Environment, where she coordinates the elaboration of National Biennial update reports on Climate Change and the implementation plan of Chile’s commitments under the Paris agreement (Chile’s NDC), which aims to reduce GHG. She is part of the Roster of Experts of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and expert rewier National reports and GHG inventories. Her expertise is in GHG emission reductions of public policies, measurement, reporting and verification for mitigation actions. In 2006, she graduated from the University of Santiago, where she studied Geographical Civil Engineering. She holds an MPA in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University. From 2007 to 2010 she worked on atmospheric pollution issues on the National Environmental Commission (CONAMA). Since 2010 she has been part of the Climate Change Team in the Ministry of Environment.

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Indicators on capacity for transparency
Institutional capacity for transparency-related activities
Institutional capacity for transparency-related activities Target (1 - 4) Baseline (1 - 4) Mid-term evaluation (1 - 4) Terminal evaluation (1 - 4)
Qualitative assessment
4
2
pending pending
Quality of MRV Systems
Quality of MRV Systems Target (1 - 10) Baseline (1 - 10) Mid-term evaluation (1 - 10) Terminal evaluation (1 - 10)
Inventory of energy related GHG emissions
8
6
pending pending
Inventory of waste and IPPU related GHG emissions
8
5
pending pending
M&E of adaptation measures
4
1
pending pending
MRV of support
6
4
pending pending

Indicators on project results
Indicator
Indicator Target Baseline Source of verification
Number of policy decision makers that are familiar and have access to reliable climate information 3 officers per institutions (25% of female) Survey with national institutions
Fully functional knowledge sharing platform 1 information platform Number of visits per weeks and months; QA/QC mechanisms in place
Number of national institutions using climate analysis, projections or tools for decision making 6 Sectoral strategies by ministries; survey with national institutions
Number of sectoral reports against the NDC targets 3 Publication of reports and interim calculation presented at yearly event
Number of institutional sources from which climate finance data in being checked 6 MoUs developed and online reports

Progress
To be updated by country focal point
Status of project outputs and activities
Outcome
1.1 Climate data and analysis is integrated into policy making and international reporting
Outputs
Output
1.1.1 Analysis of the structure of existing climate-related information platforms in place
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
A1. Provide an analysis of existing climate-related informations in place and their structure
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
A2. Design platform and proposal of content, including registry of mitigation actions and policies, information exchange interphase, and interactive tools
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
A3. Incorporate interactive tools to address different types of audience
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
A4. Deliverable: Draft and final platform operational
Status
0%
Output
1.1.2 Training to data suppliers and platform users is delivered
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
B1. Produce guideline documents
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
B2. Train data suppliers and platform users
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
B3. Deliverable: Guideline documents
Status
0%
Output
1.1.3 General guidelines and tools to ensure consistency and comparability of GHG emission projections by sectors are developed
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
C1. Define what type of capacities in sectoral ministries and regional committees on climate change are required
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
C2. Improve the IPPU modeling and waste modeling, and link with circular economy options
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0%
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C3. Develop a roadmap to create a national GHG prospective system
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0%
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C4. Issue a preliminary study on the implications of a potential long-term mitigation target for the different sectors
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0%
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C5. Develop pathways to the long-term target with a participatory aproach (partnership with universities and think tanks)
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
C6. Identify gaps and needs for new data to inform potential low carbon scenarios
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
C7. Conduct studies to explore sectoral pathways in collaboration with public, private, and academic partners
Status
0%
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C8. Deliverable: Pathway to a long-term mitigation target
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
C9. Deliverable: Sectoral pathways towards decarbonization
Status
0%
Output
1.1.4 Training to public servants on how to use the platform's information for decision-making
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
D1. Train public servants on how to use the platform's information on decision-making
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
D2. Produce summaries and documents alike for policy-makers in a clear and straightforward language
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0%
Activity or deliverable
D3. Host a yearly national event
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
D4. Identify and attend international training
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
D5. Publish a guide related to the training
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
D6. Deliverable: Training guide, training reports, and proceedings of the yearly event
Status
0%
Outcome
1.2 Chile's NDC is being tracked and evaluated
Outputs
Output
1.2.1 System for the evaluation and tracking of the NDC established
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
E1. Establish an inter-sectoral working group
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
E2. Identify the type of milestones for NDC, and assess and define them until 2030
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
E3. Identify the information needed, design the procedures and the frequency for projections, and define how this will continuously integrate the NDC tracking system
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
E4. Deliver training on projections and systematic elaboration of inventories of waste and IPPU
Status
0%
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E5. Develop a QA/QC plan for the national transparency system, day-to-day QA/QC activities, and coordinate and develop annual analysis of Chile's climate effort
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
E6. Deliverable: Report and recommendations to establish an NDC tracking system
Status
0%
Output
1.2.2 Metrics, indicators, and methodologies for tracking adaptation developed
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
F1. Identify the practical indicator in the 9 national adaptation sectors
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
F2. Generate guidelines for applying indicators at a decentralised level
Status
0%
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F3. Provide training and guidance on how to translate the knowledge produced to policy-makers
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
F4. Provide training on best practices of M&E at sectoral level, and community-based adaptation projects
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
F5. Host a workshop on best practices, including linking adaptation and mitigation, with a gender approach, and publication of the report
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
F6. Deliverable: Guidelines for applying indicators at decentralised level
Status
0%
Output
1.2.3 Capacities on monitoring and evaluation of adaptation measures strengthened
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
G1. Identify the sector and region where activities will be conducted
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
G2. Provide training on subnational metrics with a gender approach
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
G3. Provide technical support to Regional Committees on Climate Change, hosted by Ministry of Environment
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
G4. Report to the Inter-ministerial Technical Committeeon Climate Change Working Group
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
G5. Issue a call for projects to apply indicators on 3 to 5 adaptation and community-based adaptation projects
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
G6. Deliverable: Reports from the sectors and case studies
Status
0%
Outcome
2.1 Public institutions report their climate expenditures and report received
Outputs
Output
2.1.1 Methodology to account for support and link with financing strategy developed
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
H1. Conduct interviews with donor parties and agencies to assess the current situation
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
H2. Systematize the reportingof climate finance received and delivered across the ministries
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
H3. Deliverable: Methodological guidelines
Status
0%
Output
2.1.2 Training plan for public institutions on reporting climate finance delivered
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
I1. Identify trainig needs in sectors
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
I2. Provide training on reporting climate finance and tracking at subnational level
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
I3. Coordination and support to the expert team on climate finance in different ministries
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
I4. Attend and share knowledge gained at 2 workshops, and activities on results-based finance, climate finance effectiveness and transparency
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
I5. Deliverable: Training reports
Status
0%
Output
2.1.3 Expense report form improved
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
J1. Consult with ministries on the definitions (typologies and classifiactions)
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
J2. Test the expense form in 4 ministries and share lessons learnt
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
J3. Support the other ministries to fill in the form (in-house training)
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
J4. Deliverable: Expense report form
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
J5. Deliverable: Sectoral expenditures reports form aligned with the environmental protection form
Status
0%
Output
2.1.4 Guide for reporting public expenditures published
Activities or deliverables
Activity or deliverable
L1. Develop and publish the guidelines for the use of expense report form
Status
0%
Activity or deliverable
L2. Deliverable: Guide for reporting public expenditures
Status
0%
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Level of capacity
  12-2018
Reporting national greenhouse gas inventory
82%
Reporting progress made in implementing NDCs
52%
Reporting on climate change impacts and adaptation
60%
Reporting financial, technology transfer, and capacity-building support needed and received
47%
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Chile
South America
Ratification of UNFCCC
22 . Dec . 1994
Kyoto Protocol
26 . Aug . 2002
Paris Agreement
10 . Feb . 2017
Population
2017
18,055.00
Thousands
SourceUN Data
GDP per Capita
2015
13,416.20
current US$
SourceUN Data
Energy Production
2014
540.00
Petajoules
SourceUN Data
Total GHG Emissions per Sector
Year 2010
UNIT GG CO2 Equivalent
SourceUNFCCC
Energy
68,402.60
Industry
5,535.27
Agriculture
13,824.10
Land Use Change and Forestry
-49,884.40
Waste
3,545.88
Transparency Information
Submited National Communications 2000 2011 2016
Submitted Biennial Update Reports 2014 2017 2018
Submitted GHG Inventories 2015 2017
International Consultation and Analysis 2015
National Climate Policy
Long-term Strategies
Pending