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Commissioner Gaerlan highlights that CCET is a great opportunity to actually address the impacts of climate change by ensuring all development plans and projects of the national government are translated into the local level and are ensured to be tagged or provided an allocation for climate change action.
Commissioner Herrera talks about the importance of CCET to equip the participants with tools to integrate climate change into development planning and budgeting, especially that the country’s resources are spread thinly on activities geared towards addressing the pandemic, and sufficient funding for adaptation and mitigation poses a challenge.
Secretary De Guzman describes that CCET, from the perspective of investment, is an imperative financing endeavor that provides comprehensive data on climate-relevant spending that enables both the national and local governments to make decisions in prioritizing climate investment opportunities.