Vertically Integrated Climate Policies (VICLIM)

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Click on the map and read more about VICLIM’s support in its partner countries Mexico, Costa Rica, South Africa, Indonesia, Georgia

Vertically Integrated Climate Policies (VICLIM) is a global programme working in five partner countries: Mexico, Costa Rica, South Africa, Indonesia and Georgia. The programme aims at strengthening capacities of climate relevant decision makers and institutions to include sub-national mitigation potential into an ambitious national climate policy. To this end, framework conditions for enhancing sub-national mitigation efforts in partner countries are being improved, existing municipal approaches are being supported and expanded, and international learning processes initiated. The programme is being implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and funded through the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).

Case studies


Costa Rica

  • Read here, how the Costa Rican government gets the municipalities on board by a system of recognition of the municiplaities' efforts in GHG emissions reduction.
  • Check out the programme's lessons learnt here.

South Africa

  • Read more about vertical integration of Energy Efficiency Programmes in South Africa.



Further readings

Collaborative Climate Action