BIZweek n°319 4 déc 2020
BIZweek n°319 4 déc 2020
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  • Parution : n°319 de 4 déc 2020

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VENDREDI 04 DÉCEMBRE 2020 BIZWEEK ÉDITION 319 TITLE FOCAL AREAS GEF GRANT $ 1. Promoting Low-carbon Electric Public Bus Transport in Mauritius 2. Strengthening the national greenhouse gas inventory of the Republic of Mauritius to improve climate reporting and transparency 3. Mainstreaming Sustainable Land Management and Biodiversity Conservation in the Republic of Mauritius 4. Realising Energy Savings and Climate Benefits of Implementing Mandatory Energy Auditing in the Republic of Mauritius 5. Mainstreaming IAS Prevention, Control and Management 6. Strengthen National Decision Making Towards Ratification of the Minamata Convention and Build Capacity Towards Implementation of Future Provisions. 7. Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions for Low Carbon Island Development Strategy for Mauritius 8. Mainstreaming Biodiversity into the Management of the Coastal Zone in the Republic of Mauritius 9. National Biodiversity Planning to Support the Implementation of the CBD 2011-2020 Strategic Plan in Mauritius 10. Removal of Barriers to Solar PV Power Generation in Mauritius, Rodrigues and the Outer Islands 11. Expanding Coverage and Strengthening Management Effectiveness of the Terrestrial Protected Area Network on the Island of Mauritius 12. Sustainable management of POPs in Mauritius 13. Support the Implementation of the National Biosafety Framework 14. LDC/SIDS Portfolio Project  : Capacity Building for Sustainable Land Management 15. Removal of Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation in Buildings 16. Enabling activities for the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)  : National Implementation Plan for Mauritius 17. Expedited Financing of Climate Change Enabling Activities Part II  : Expedited Financing for (Interim) Measures for Capacity Building in Priority Areas 18. National Capacity Self-Assessment (NCSA) for Global Environmental Management 19. Partnerships for Marine Protected Areas in Mauritius Climate Change 3,229,998 Climate Change 1,269,850 Land Degradation 1,699,204 Climate Change 4,532,164 Biodiversity 3,888,265 Persistent Organic Pollutants ACTA PUBLICA 199,749 Climate Change 1,452,000 Land Degradation, Biodiversity 4,664,521 Biodiversity 220,000 Climate Change 2,005,000 Biodiversity 4,000,000 Persistent Organic Pollutants 902,250 Biodiversity 427,800 Land Degradation 0 Climate Change 912,411 Persistent Organic Pollutants 356,400 Climate Change 97,000 - 127,500 Biodiversity 978,000 20. Restoration of Round Island Biodiversity 750,000 21. Sugar Bio-Energy Technology Climate Change 3,300,000 22. Strengthening the Clearing House Mechanism Focal Point for the Participation in the Pilot Phase of the CHM of the CBD 23. Restoration of Highly Degraded and Threatened Native Forests in Mauritius 24. Enabling Activities for the Preparation of Initial National Communications Related to the UNFCCC 25. National Biodiversity Conservation Strategy, and Action Plan and First National Report to CBD Biodiversity 12,300 Biodiversity 200,000 Climate Change 140,000 Biodiversity 235,440 26. Biodiversity Restoration Biodiversity 1,200,000 26 UNDP’s GEF-funded projects in Mauritius UNDP is currently the main Executing agency for the Global Environment Facility (GEF), and the Adaptation Fund in Mauritius. UNDP is also an accredited entity for the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and is able to support the Government mobilize resources and also provide the oversight in implementation. The Environment Unit is responsible for the smooth implementation and quality assurance ofongoing and pipeline projects of the Environment Portfolio UNDP Mauritius Annual Report 2019 of UNDP in Mauritius.The UN Strategic Partnership Framework (2019-2023) and the UNDP Country Programme Document (CPD) 2017 – 2020, serve as the guiding framework. The current Mauritius Country Programme 2017-2020 is aligned with the government’s national development priorities and focuses on the inclusive development and public sector efficiency ; and climate change and sustainable development. 4
VENDREDI 04 DÉCEMBRE 2020 BIZWEEK ÉDITION 319 ACTA PUBLICA 2020 REPORT OF THE LANCET COUNTDOWN Climate and COVID-19  : converging crises The climate crisis is still raging. A year ago, news headlines were dominated by the climate youth movement and a sense of urgency. But COVID-19 has displaced that interest and awareness. In fact, the causes of both crises share commonalities, and their effects are converging. The climate emergency and COVID-19, a zoonotic disease, are both borne of human activity that has led to environmental degradation. Neither the climate emergency nor a zoonotic pandemic were unexpected. Both have led to the preventable loss of lives through actions that are delayed, insufficient, or mistaken. However, aligning responses presents an opportunity to improve public health, create a sustainable economic future, and better protect the planet’s remaining natural resources and biodiversity That health and climate change are interwoven is widely accepted, with extensive evidence of their interactions. For the past 5 years, the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change has monitored and reported more than 40 global indicators that measure the impact of our changing climate on health. The newly published 2020 report (on 2nd December) includes novel indicators on heat-related mortality, migration and population displacement, urban green spaces, low-carbon diets, and the economic costs of labour capacity loss due to extreme heat. This report represents the findings and consensus of the 35 leading academic institutions and UN agencies that makeup The Lancet Countdown, and draws on the expertise of climate scientists, geographers, engineers, experts in energy, food, and transport, economists, social, and political scientists, data scientists, public health professionals, and doctors. The emerging health profile of the changing climate 5 Cont’d on page 6

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