Wirkungsbericht 2014: Internationalen Zusammenarbeit der Schweiz im Bereich Klimawandel 2000–2012

Original language: German

Report on Effectiveness 2014: Swiss International Cooperation in Climate Change 2000–2012

This report is an independent external analysis. It assessed a total of 423 SDC and SECO projects during the period 2000-2012 regarding their effects on climate change adaptation and mitigation.

An overall good effectiveness was identified in increasing people’s ability to cope with the impacts of climate change (adaptation).
It showed furthermore that the Swiss international cooperation played a positive role in climate protection (mitigation), i.e. in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

Keywords Wirkungsbericht, Klimawandel, Klimaanpassung, Klimaschutz
Topic area Switzerland and Foreign Affairs
Environment and Nature
The following topics are covered

The following metainformation is available on this study

Agents Gaia Consulting OY, Creatura Ltd., Zoi Environment Network
Principals FDFA - Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
SECO - State Secretariat for Economic Affairs
Costs CHF416,000
Budget charged DDC / DEZA / SDC / DSC / COSUDE
Legal basis Artikel 170 der Bundesverfassung zur Wirksamkeitsüberprüfung
Article 170 de la Constitution fédérale relatif à l’évaluation de l’efficacité
Articolo 170 della Costituzione federale sulla verifica dell‘efficacia
Article 170 of the Swiss Federal Constitution on the evaluation of effectiveness
Copyright held by Copyright, Bundesbehörden der Schweizerischen Eidgenossenschaft, 2007
Droits d'auteur: autorités de la Confédération suisse, 2007
Diritti d'autore: autorità della Confederazione Svizzera, anno 2007
Dretgs d'autur: autoritads da la Confederaziun svizra, 2007
Copyright, Swiss federal authorities, 2007
Details regarding this study can be obtained from SDC, Evaluation and Corporate Controlling Division
Issue date 01.08.2014
Entry data 24.02.2015
Last update 07.10.2015 16:38:14

Last modification 31.01.2018

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