The Department of Environmental Affairs of the Republic of Korea, together with the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, is hosting a Regional Workshop on Tracking Mitigation Actions in Asia from 8-9 July in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
The results of the Partnership's Global Good Practice Analysis on LEDS, NAMAs and MRV are now publicly available. The analysis documents 21 examples of mitigation-related good practice worldwide that demonstrate how LEDS, NAMAs and MRV systems are being effectively designed and implemented across a range of national contexts.
More than 100 stakeholders from 10 countries came together from 6-8 March in Mexico City to exchange good practice cases and enhance capacities for the development of systems for the measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) of nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) in Latin America and the Caribbean.
This interactive map shows where there are projects and initiatives working on LEDS, NAMAs and MRV worldwide. You can search by region, country or implementing organisation or display projects according to their thematic focus.
The Knowledge Map aims at providing a structured overview of (sub) topics and processes related to the Partnership’s three main working areas. Each item contains one or more links that lead the user to internal or external web sources which provide more detailed information. The Knowledge Map is a living document and will be continuously modified and updated.
Low-Emission Development Strategies and Plans are a tool which enables states to formulate integrated, strategic responses to climate change mitigation and adaptation, while pursuing sustainable development goals.
UNDP has released a new tool that is designed for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) developers and policy makers.The tool allows users to evaluate the sustainable development performance indicators and sustainable development results achieved over the lifetime of the NAMA.
Although many countries are developing NAMAs, many questions are still being raised regarding the steps involved in identifying, formulating and implementing a NAMA. This paper provides an overview of the steps of forming a NAMA cycle.
In cooperation with the three partner countries, Costa Rica, Colombia, and Mexico, the project is developing and applying practical guidelines and specific rules according for the accounting of the respective mitigation goals in the framework of a future climate regime.