The first Global Workshop on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) was held in Berlin from 14-17 April 2015. About 80 government representatives from more than 50 countries came together to exchange their experiences in preparing their INDCs.
The International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Tourism in Namibia, hosted the third African Regional Workshop. The workshop comprised a three day technical training on national GHG inventories and a one day workshop on developing GHG reporting programs.
The Global Good Practice Analysis (GPA) on LEDS, NAMAs and MRV is now also available in Spanish and French. A French and Spanish version of the main cocnlusion together with more detailed factsheets of the 21 good practice cases can be downloaded now.
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.
This Background Report on Long-Term Climate Finance serves two objectives; 1) to describe recent trends that could impact global climate finance flows; and 2) to provide an updated overview of sources, actors and instruments relevant for achieving the commitment to mobilise USD 100 billion goal per annum for developing countries’ climate actions by 2020.
This report summarises the main lines of thinking on the need, development and use of 2°C-compatible investment criteria, as well as the relevance of the investment community for the achievement of climate policy goals.
This report provides an overview of the general co-benefits that climate action may have, how they could be used to incentivise further ambitious greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions, and results for the forgone or missed benefits that could have been achieved with action to meet a trajectory towards 100% renewables by 2050.
The project aims at increasing the capacity for environmental friendly management and destruction of ODS banks in developing countries. The global project will be implemented with selected partner countries or regions: Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ghana and Tunisia.
The NAMA Facility is financing the NAMA Support Project (NSP) ‘Low-Emission Coffee Costa Rica’ which promotes the implementation of the first agricultural Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) worldwide in Costa Rica.
Generate a relevant climate change adaptation and mitigation impact in the Borjomi-Bakuriani pilot region as basis for upscaling and policy development at national level, and to improve the livelihood of people by supporting the sustainable development of forest ecosystems in Georgia
The objective of the project is to support SOCAR in the development and implementation of selected programmatic NAMAs in the low-carbon end-use sectors, where pilot investments will be directed into low energy and low carbon technologies that are so far missing on a large scale on the Azeri market.