Commitments

09 climate change policy evaluation

Country: Brazil
Action Plan: Brazil National Action Plan 2018-2020
Year Action Plan: 2018
Start Date: 10/1/2018  |  End Date: 7/31/2020

From the Action Plan

 
Develop, collaboratively, a transparent mechanism for the evaluation of actions and policies related to climate changes Commitment 9: Develop, collaboratively, a transparent mechanism for the evaluation of actions and policies related to climate changes. Lead government institution Ministry of the Environment - MMA Civil servant in charge for implementing at lead government institution Hugo Mendes Position - Department Head of Cabinet Secretariat for Climate and Forest Changes E-mail hugo.mendes@mma.gov.br Telephone (61) 2028-2026 Other involved actors Government Ministry of the Environment - MMA Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication - MCTIC Federal Court of Accounts - TCU Chief of Staff of the Presidency of the Republic Civil Society World Resources Institute – WRI/Brasil Institute for Forest and Agriculture Management and Certification - IMAFLORA Life Center Institute - ICV Institute for Weather and Society - ICS Climate Observatory - OC Status quo or problem/issue to be addressed Reduced transparency over the analysis about actions and policies associated to climate changes as well as insufficiency of opportunities for civic participation. Main objective Improve the planning and management of the Climate Policy counting with effective civic participation. Commitment short description The commitment is devoted to the improvement of the management and planning of the Climate Policy by the analysis of policies and actions as well as to the expansion of spaces for civic participation. OGP Challenge addressed by the Commitment Increase the availability of governmental activities Support civic participation Increase access to new technologies in order to disclosing and accountability Commitment relevance Greater transparency over information about plans and policies related to climate Goal Improve governance model on the climate sector Situation Initiated in October 2018 Results description Not available Implemented until July/2020   Verifiable and measurable milestones to fulfill the Commitment Start date: End date: Responsible: 1. Identification and mapping of studies and academicals articles that record impacts on climate change 10/01/2018 11/30/2018 MCTIC* TCU WRI 2. Identification and mapping of documents, as well as national and international experiences over reviews about policies and actions related to climate changes 10/01/2018 01/31/2019 WRI* Chief of Staff Office/PR TCU 3. Scope definition about policies and target actions of the evaluation 01/01/2019 02/28/2019 MMA ICS Chief of Staff Office/PR* 4. Identification and mapping of relevant actors for the evaluation of actions and policies associated to climate changes 02/01/2019 04/30/2019 MMA ICS Chief of Staff Office/PR* 5. Execution of a public event to discuss the methodology, scope and indicators 07/01/2019 10/31/2019 ICS* WRI MCTIC Imaflora 6. Definition of indicators and methodology to be applied over the evaluation 05/01/2019 02/29/2020 TCU MCTIC* ICV/OC 7. Proposal for a management and responsibility mechanism 03/01/2020 05/31/2020 Chief of Staff Office/PR* TCU 8. Definition of a disclosure channel for the mechanism as well as the disclosure of its results 06/01/2020 07/31/2020 MMA* MCTIC Imaflora

Lead Institution: Ministry of the Environment - MMA


Support Institution: Ministry of the Environment - MMA Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication - MCTIC Federal Court of Accounts - TCU Chief of Staff of the Presidency of the Republic World Resources Institute – WRI/Brasil Institute for Forest and Agriculture Management and Certification - IMAFLORA Life Center Institute - ICV Institute for Weather and Society - ICS Climate Observatory - OC

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