Fourteen Asian country reports on climate public expenditure and institutional reviews (CPEIR) and climate fiscal frameworks from UNDP
A CPEIR is a systematic qualitative and quantitative analysis of a country’s public expenditures and how they relate to climate change. It can be a useful tool for national planning and budgeting, especially for identifying and tracking budget allocations that respond to climate change challenges. Since 2011, CPEIRs have been conducted in many countries in the Asia-Pacific region. This website presents the CPEIR reports along with the climate fiscal framework (also known as climate change financing framework) reports for those countries that have completed them. A climate fiscal frameworks is a whole-of-government approach that engages all relevant stakeholders toward the mobilization and management of climate change finance, typically developed following the undertaking of a CPEIR.