Mainstreaming Poverty Environment Linkages into National and Subnational Development Planning Processes

Focuses on integrating poverty-environment objectives into national development planning processes.  It guides practitioners on the need to identify and understand the various planning processes, timelines, institutions and actors involved.  It draws on institutional and context analysis methodology and economic assessments of environment and natural resource use to inform and influence the adoption of integrated cross-sectoral approaches to support pro-poor environmental sustainability in national development processes.

Sustainable Development Goals covered by this tool
Date:

2015

Engagement:

The target audiences and users consists primarily of practitioners at the national, subnational (regional, district, municipal) and sectoral levels, and champions of integrating poverty and environment linkages across the SDGs and national planning, budgeting and implementation processes.

Category:
  • Integration tools for analysing interconnections, synergies, trade-offs and bottlenecks among SDGs
  • Risk-informed planning toolsfor resilience building, adaptation and identifying synergies and unlocking bottlenecks
  • Environmental Degradation Risk Reduction Tools
  • Static Inter-linkage Analysis Tools
Type:

Diagnostics, Guidelines, Scenario builders, forecasting and back-casting methodologies

Availability:

Open Source

Computer System Requirements:

Basic Computer

Developed By:

UNDP-UN Environment Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI)

Contact:

Isabell Kempf, Co-Director, Poverty Environment Facility, and Anne Juepner (UNDP), Co-Director, Poverty Environment Facility (anne.juepner@undp.org)

Email:

Isabell.kempf@unep.org

Organization:

UNDP-UN Enviroment Poverty Environment Initiative

Guidance Documentation:

Guidance Document- (English)

Languages:

English