• Acronyms
  • Executive Summary
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • 1.1 Why these guidelines?
  • 1.2 What is environmental mainstreaming?
  • 1.3 Environmental mainstreaming and climate change
  • Chapter 2: Why Mainstream The Environment, Including Climate Change?
  • 2.1 The environment and sustainable development
  • 2.2 The environment and poverty reduction
  • 2.3 The environment and security
  • 2.4 H uman rights, governance and the environment
  • 2.5 Gender and the environment
  • 2.6 E nvironmental sustainability is a high-level commitment and obligation for the EC
  • 2.7 A ll sectors are concerned: environmental opportunities, constraints and impacts
  • 2.8 The added value of environmental mainstreaming
  • Chapter 3: Environment, Including Climate, In The Multi-Annual Programming Phase
  • 3.1 The Country Environmental Profile
  • 3.2 Integrating the environment, including climate, in the CSP and NIP
  • Chapter 4: Environment, Including Climate, In Sector Policy Support Programmes
  • 4.1 Identification
  • 4.2 Formulation
  • 4.3 Implementation
  • 4.4 Evaluation
  • Chapter 5: Environment, Including Climate, In General Budget Support
  • 5.1 Identification
  • 5.2 Formulation
  • 5.3 Implementation
  • 5.4 Evaluation
  • Chapter 6: Environment, Including Climate, In The Project Approach
  • 6.1 Identification
  • 6.2 Formulation
  • 6.3 Implementation
  • 6.4 Evaluation
  • Annexes
  • Annex 1: General environmental issues in cooperation focal areas
  • Annex 2: Terms of Reference for a Country Environmental Profile
  • Annex 3: Screening for Strategic Environmental Assessment
  • Annex 4: Guidance for integrating environmental and climate-related aspects in SPSP formulation studies
  • Annex 5: Terms of Reference for a Strategic Environmental Assessment
  • Annex 6: I