A report on the CCC’s initial efforts since its organizational inception, particularly in convening relevant actors in creating a Framework Strategy that will be encapsulated in an Action Plan. The report also portrayed the increased advocacy for climate action spurred by the Country’s charge in an international setting of climate governance.
A report on the CCC’s early accomplishments as the lead policy-making body on climate change, highlighted by their leadership in crafting the National Framework Strategy and Action Plan and flagship program on capacity building, the EcoTown. The report also described the Commission’s domestic command in building partnerships and international prestige in negotiations during international conventions.
A report on the CCC’s local climate initiatives steered and coordinated to ensure that climate change is mainstreamed in all policies, programs, and budget of the government.
A report on the CCC's continuous work in pursuing activities designed to contribute to the global effort to monitor and reduce the continuous rise in global temperature and keep our communities safe from the adverse effects of climate change.
A report on the CCC's demonstration of climate change resilience at the local level through the enactment of Republic Act 10174, otherwise known as the People's Survival Fund, which aims to provide long-term finance streams to enable the local government and communities to effectively address the impacts of climate change.
A report on the inception of the CCC's major projects, programs, and activities, which include the engagement of the National Panel of Technical Experts (NPTE) and the development of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system for the National Climate Change Action Plan (NCCAP); Project ReBUILD (Resilience Capacity Building for Cities and Municipalities to Reduce Disaster Risks from Climate Change and Natural Hazards) Phase I; People's Survival Fund; and the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC).
A report on the CCC’s heightened effort in coordinating the Philippine Government’s plans, programs, and policies, remarkably through institutional arrangements on budget tagging, monitoring and evaluation, greenhouse gas inventory, knowledge and information platforms, and planning for adaptation and mitigation. It also described the scaling up of capacity building through the Communities for Resilience program.
A report on the CCC's accomplishments to sustain the momentum of government convergence and partnership with the civil society and private sector. The report also recounts the Commission's modular approach in capacitating sub-national actors, in a landmark year of commitment to the global climate agenda.
A report on the CCC’s performance in mainstreaming climate action at various levels of governance, especially with their issuance on risk management, raising the information and capacity of local governments and academic institutions on climate action planning, and sustaining data and information systems for tracking climate action.
A report on the CCC’s emphasis in policy coordination, remarkably on risk management, mitigation planning, mobilizing domestic resources, and facilitating access to finance mechanisms. It also narrated the continued collaboration of CCC with sub-national institutions to escalate relevant climate action.
A report on the Climate Change Commission’s continued delivery of its mandate of building the adaptive capacity of communities, increasing resilience of natural ecosystems to climate change, and optimizing mitigation opportunities towards sustainable development amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CCC's Accomplishment Report for 2021 reflects a pivotal year marked by global urgency in climate action. Despite pandemic challenges, the Commission played a crucial role as the forefront government agency in advancing climate initiatives nationwide. Notably, the submission of the country's inaugural Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) to the UNFCCC showcased a commitment to a 75% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, aligning with the Paris Agreement's 1.5-degree Celsius goal.
The CCC's Accomplishment Report for 2022 showcases significant strides under the new cohort of leadership. Notably, PHP289.7 billion was tagged in the 2022 budget for climate change expenditures, rising to PHP458.6 billion for 2023. Despite global disruptions, the Philippines actively participated in international climate diplomacy, addressing key issues at UNFCCC sessions and the Conference of the Parties.