Objective and Indicators
The overall objective of the project is:
“Key decision-makers and planning authorities are able to plan and design existing and new industrial areas to be more climate-resilient.”
The project output and indicators for participating states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are:
Output 1: Two state-level government institutions use the risk analysis and methodology devised for climate-resilient development and retrofitting of industrial areas in their planning processes and in the formulation of rules and procedures.
- Indicator A1: Three guidelines illustrating the methodology on how to integrate results of the risk analysis in planning and decision-making processes have been developed.
- Indicator A2: A handbook for engineers on the climate-resilient implementation of infrastructure measures has been developed
Output 2: Two state governments or private sector organisations have integrated the subject of climate adaptation for the industrial sector into their strategies / policies.
- Indicator B1: 70% of the staff, including all women professionals and decision makers, working in priority departments/work areas (key personnel), of the state-level Industries and Commerce Department and industrial development agencies as well as selected industrial area administrations, have successfully passed the final test of the training session on how to use the risk analysis.
- Indicator B2: 70% of the site managers, including all women professionals and decision makers, of the industrial development agencies and selected Industrial Area Local Authorities (IALA), have passed the final test of the training session on how to implement climate-resilient measures
Output 3: One selected industrial development agencies has considered climate risks in at least 50% of its planned investment for the financial year 2017 (e.g. Land acquisition, development infrastructure expansion and retrofitting of industrial areas)
- Indicator C1: Two state Level government or private sector organizations have developed proposals on how to integrate climate adaptation in their strategies.
- Indicator C2: Proposals on how to consider climate risks in two regulations that ensure climate adaptation have been developed
Output 4: Three industrial areas are implementing the climate-resilience measures prioritised in their adaptation and development plans
- Indicator D1: Key actors of the private sector in the pilot industrial area integrate "adaptation" into their climate or environment action plans (5 action plans of the private sector include the topics of climate resilience)
- Indicator D2: Three climate-resilient development OR adaptation plans for industrial areas have been drafted and priority measures have been identified.