1. Survey on Constraints to Mainstreaming Climate Change

Integration of climate change concerns in development planning is considered desirable by all policymakers. However, countries are making limited progress.
To overcome barriers of mainstreaming climate change in development planning, this survey aims to better assess the significance of specific constraints – especially in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei, as part of a larger research study based out of the Asian Development Bank. It focuses in particular on the ‘food-water-energy’ nexus.

Thank you for sharing your experiences!

This survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.

[For any questions, concerns and further remarks please feel free to contact Miriam Kugele at mkugele.consultant@adb.org]

* 1. Please indicate...

* 2. For the following aspects and sectors, how advanced do you consider mainstreaming in your country of experience (Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia or Brunei)?
Please select high if future climate change impacts are integrated, medium if climate variability is considered, or low level if climate aspects remain unconsidered.

  High Medium Low
Public awareness
Policy making
National development planning
National and sectoral budgeting
Implementation of mitigation projects and measures in energy sector
Implementation of adaptation projects and measures in water sector
Implementation of mitigation and adaptation projects and measures in agriculture, forestry and other land use