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Local Climate

Change Action Plan


(LCCAP)
A DILG Presentation for

Communities for Resilience (CORE) Convergence


Forum for the Tagum-Libuganon River Basin

March 10-11, 2016


Ateneo de Davao University, Davao City
The Local Climate
Change Action Plan
(LCCAP)
Is it a requirement?

YES
Section 14 of Republic Act 9729:
“The LGUs shall be the frontline
agencies in the formulation, planning and
implementation of CC action plans…
consistent with the provisions of the
Local Government Code.. and the
NCCAP.”

“Municipal and city governments shall


consider climate change adaptation as
one of their regular functions.”
Section 14 continued…

“Provincial governments shall provide technical


assistance, enforcement and information
management in support of municipal and city
climate change action plans…”

Note: this can provide an entry point for the province to


exercise its supervisory functions over components LGUs in
setting decision criteria for compliant LCCAPs.

“LGUs shall regularly update their respective


action plans to reflect changing social, economic,
and environmental conditions and emerging
issues.”
The Local Climate
Change Action Plan
(LCCAP)

Is it stand-alone?

Depends on planning
scenarios.
Scenario 1. “Ideal”
Follow:
CLUP is up for updating Mainstreaming
spatial Guide of
HLURB
Prepare the CDP
Multi-sectoral

Climate lenses are sharpened

LCCAP LDRRMP GAD Plan Local


Poverty
Forest Tourism Revenue Reduction
Land Use Plan Generation Action Plan
Plan Plan

Etc….
Scenario 2. “almost ideal”

CLUP cannot be updated yet


(LGU has no resources)

Feed Follow:
data to Applicable
CLUP
updating
Prepare the CDP mainstreaming
Guides with risk
assessment, e.g.
VAA

LCCAP LDRRMP GAD Plan Local


Poverty
Tourism Revenue Reduction
Plan Generation Action Plan
Plan
Scenario 3. Stand Alone
Process
CLUP and CDP cannot be updated yet
(LGU no resources or not ready)

Feed
data to
CLUP
Prepare the LCCAP
updating
VAA or risk assessment

Refer to LGA Guidebook on the Formulation of LCCAP


Volumes 1& 2

Use risk assessment data in future updating of CLUP, CDP

This can be integrated later in the CDP once prepared


LGU Guidebook on the
Formulation of LCCAP
(www.lga.gov.ph)
SUGGESTED
LCCAP CORE TEAM
MAYOR/VICE-MAYOR

PPDO
C/MPDC LDRRMO CCA C/MENRO C/ME LnB CSO
Rep
(Lead) Focal Person C/MLGOO Pres.

(A TWGs per sector is organized to assist the Team)


Section 112 of Republic Act 7160- Local Government Code of 1991:
“… the Local Development Councils may organize their sectoral and functional
committees to assist them in the performance of their planning functions.
DRR-CCA SPECIFIC
REQUIREMENTS
Ecological Profile/Information/Database

Hazard Maps and Hazard Information

VULNERABILITY
Climate Change Projections
& ADAPTATION
ASSESSMENT

Historical Records of Past Disasters

Planning Team
Climate
Projections in the
Philippines by
Province
LOCAL CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN
Plan Template

I. Background To include the following:


a) Rationale (a brief discussion of the plan, how it was
developed and the purpose and limitations of the plan)
a) LGU Profile (Ecological Profile, demographic trends, current
land use and development issues & challenges)
a) Planning Context (LGU development priorities, Vision-Mission
-Goal, LGU planning context including existing & implemented
climate change plans and programs)
b) Planning Approach (Planning framework, guiding principles,
stakeholders and engagement)

II. Vulnerability To discuss the results of vulnerability assessment in summary


Assessment with the following details:
 Identified climate-related hazards and their impacts to the LGU
 Elements, sectors and institutions exposed to climate change
impacts
 Summary and findings of vulnerability assessment (exposure,
sensitivity and adaptive capacity)
 Vulnerability and cross-sectoral analysis
 Identified climate change key development issues
LOCAL CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN
Plan Template
III. Plan  Link LCCAP to the goals and objectives of CLUP and CDP
Objectives  Convert climate change issues into objectives

IV. Adaptation & To include the following:


Mitigation  Identified adaptation and mitigation options (taking into
Actions considerations the PPAs in the CDP and ELA, LDIP)
 Prioritized PPAs (using GAM and CCC matrices, Urgency Test,
PFCC's ranking of Options), indicators, resource needed,
Budget sources and office/person responsible
 Identified enabling requirements (considering current LGU
legislative agenda)

V. Monitoring To contain the following:


and  The M & E Team
Evaluation  M&E Plan and Targets

VI. Annexes  Maps


 Workshop Outputs per Sector
 Members of the Assessment Teams
 List of References
FUNDING FOR THE PREPARATION &
IMPLEMENTATION OF LCCAP

RA 10174 (People’s Survival Fund of PSF)

 Sec 20 states that PSF shall be used to support


adaptation activities of local governments and
communities
 The fund shall encourage a counterpart
funding arrangement among local govern-
ments, community organizations, the private
sectors and other entities
 LGU may submit copy of their LCCAP to CCC
for possible funding
FUNDING FOR THE PREPARATION &
IMPLEMENTATION OF LCCAP
NDRRMC-DBM-DILG Joint Memorandum Ci
rcular No. 2013-1 dated March 25, 2013 sti
pulates the allocation and utilization of the
Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Manage
ment Fund (LDRRMF) for the following:
 Conduct of risk assessment, vulnerability an
alysis, and other science-based technology a
nd methodologies to enhance LGU ecologi-
cal profile, sectoral studies and maintain
DRRM activities/climate change adaptation
in CLUP and CDP (Item 5.1.1)
FUNDING FOR THE PREPARATION &
IMPLEMENTATION OF LCCAP

 Capability building (train, equip, organize,


provide funding, sustain) on mainstreaming
DRRM/CCA in development planning, invest-
ment programming/financing, and project
evaluation and development (Item 5.1.3)

 Conduct of activities to review and integrate


DRRM/CCA into various environmental policies,
plans, programs, and projects (Item 5.1.4)
MAINSTREAMING LCCAP in CDP/
CLUP
1. Forming the Planning Committees

CDP
PROCESS
2. Setting/Re-visiting the LGU VMG
3. Determining the Vision-Reality Gap

LCCAP PROCESS
MAINSTREAMING LCCAP in CDP/CLUP

Analyzing the LGU Situation


(ecological profiling, data gathering, mapping,
etc)
CDP
PROCESS LCCAP PROCESS
MAINSTREAMING LCCAP in CDP/CLUP
4. Setting the Sectoral Goals and Objectives
and Targets

PROCESS
CDP
5. Identifying PPAs, Legislations, Capacity
Development Requirements
6. Investment Programming (LDIP)
7. Budgeting
LCCAP PROCESS
MAINSTREAMING LCCAP in CDP/CLUP

8. Implementing the CDP/CLUP

CDP
PROCESS
9. Plan Monitoring & Evaluation

LCCAP PROCESS
Some Considerations in Mainstre
aming
Some Considerations in Mainstreaming

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UPDATES ON THE ROLL-OUT
(as of December 2015)

LGUs Trained on LCCAP


PROV CITY MUN TOTAL

29 94 659 782

LGUs with Formulated


LCCAP
PROV CITY MUN TOTAL

1 24 135 160
CHALLENGES
Non-availability of a Clear policies and
formally established guides to reduce
database on GHG emissions and
natural disasters for develop more
assessment of carbon sinks
hazards
Clear steps for LGU
Need for decision to develop
criteria for evaluating mitigation actions
LCCAP as supplementary to
- Both adaptation
the LCCAP
and mitigation
TH NK Y U