These webinars will share the highlights & individual cases of the Global Good Practice Analyisis (GPA). We will begin with 2 kick-off webinars end of January 2016 and will start by presenting our most important findings of the GPA.
‘MRV’, ‘leadership’ or ‘coalitions’ were the buzzwords at the Intl. Partnership on Mitigation and MRV Summer Retreat in Mexico this year. Discussions have resulted in a knowledge product that aims to show that a coalition of leading countries in Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) can be an effective way to ensure countries rise above the floor of minimum requirements of transparency of their climate actions.
The gavel falls a few minutes before half past seven on Saturday evening – the Paris Agreement is adopted! Laurent Fabius, President of the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Foreign Minister of France, and Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, are visibly relieved; everybody in the plenary hall celebrates this pivotal moment.
The paper outlines three steps in developing indicators for monitoring performance: formulating a list of possible indicators, selecting indicators to monitor performance, and collecting and monitoring data.
The overarching target of the Sri Lanka NAMA is the promotion and adoption of clean, sustainable and efficient means of public transportation within the Colombo Metropolitan Area (CMA), resulting in a modal shift from private to public mode of transportation.
The overall target of this NAMA is to support Lao PDR in achieving the goal defined in the Rural Electrification Master Plan, namely to provide access to electricity to more than 90 per cent of households in Lao PDR by 2020.
This project implemented by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) South Africa aims at providing input to the rollout of South Africa’s National Climate Change Response Policy to maximize mitigation ambition with concrete sectoral targets, to deepen the understanding and reveal opportunities beyond the current economic trajectory.
The project strengthens the competencies of partner countries to effectively represent their positions in climate negotiations. The aim is to level the playing field in these complex negotiations for developing countries, which face disadvantages due to a lack of capacity and resources.