This workshop brought together energy efficiency practitioners with MRV practitioners from partner countries of the Partnership to enhance the understanding of the main elements and practical tools for evaluating energy savings and related GHG emissions. Moreover, the training offered room for experience exchange and the presentation of good practices.
The workshop aimed to capitalize on the momentum of the Paris Agreement and facilitated discussion on converting INDCs into tangible, ambitious and implementable mitigation policies, programs and actions.
The workshop brought together 47 participants, including 34 participants from 17 francophone developing countries as well as 13 participants representing the organisers of the Francophone Cluster (Belgium, France and Germany), from international organisations (BOAD, FAO, IEA) and from GIZ and CITEPA.
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.
This paper describes the opportunities and costs associated with the development of monitoring approaches for national climate change public finance. It describes a leading example of climate change budget tracking, summarises five tools that can support climate change financial monitoring, and identifies key enabling conditions for its effective application.
This white paper provides summaries of the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) by partner countries in the U.S. Government’s Enhancing Capacity for Low Emission Development Strategies (EC-LEDS) program, and other designated priority countries.
Closing the gap between climate change ambitions and implementation will require a structural shift. The international community must be willing to seriously consider the type of global strategy recommended here by the Coalition on Paris Agreement Capacity Building. This strategy is an evolving thought piece, and is meant to spur new levels of action and dialogue.
The aim of the programme is providing policymakers and other stakeholders of an initial set of up to 20 developing countries with MRV related tools/methodologies to support the development of domestic MRV systems tailored to country circumstances.
The project aims to advance an international control for F-gases. It shall strengthen cooperation between various initiatives by promoting a coordinated agreement, reducing overlaps, and harmonizing donor contributions. Furthermore, the project will support partner countries in formulating mitigation strategies in the RAC sector and thereby advancing their NDCs.
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 third Workshop of the Asian-Pacific Regional Group of the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV will facilitate discussion converting (I)NDCs into tangible and ambitious mitigation and adaptation policies, projects and programmes.
The 5th Annual Partnership Retreat will focus on the enhanced transparency framework in the context of implementing nationally determined contributions (NDC). It will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 31 August to 7 September 2016.
ASIA PACIFIC CARBON FORUM 2016 (APCF) is about the power of progressive business, finance and government coming together from around Asia Pacific and the world to meet the challenge: focused on solutions – inspired to innovate – and driven by business opportunities and partnerships.