Kenya capitalises on renewable energy to extend energy access and business development
As one of the fastest growing economies on the African continent, Kenya has been dubbed the powerhouse of the African continent. According to its Vision 2030, the country strives for an ambitious economic transformation and aims to join the ranks of newly industrialized middle-income countries rank within the next 15 years. Meanwhile Kenya is set to double its population to 81 million people by 2050. This enormous change will entail increased energy use and emissions, which Kenya has set to address with a transition towards a low carbon development pathway.
Anglophone African Regional Workshop on “Converting INDCs into action: the role of NAMAs in INDC implementation” (2-4 May 2016, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
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.
Training: ‘Evaluation and MRV of Energy Savings and Efficiency Measures’
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.
IKI-Project Information Matters Phase II
Information Matters (IM) is extending its activities, welcoming its new partner countries Colombia, Georgia and Vietnam, alongside the initial partner countries Chile, the Dominican Republic, Ghana and the Philippines.
Ecuador's Measuring, Reporting and Verification system for the Efficient Cooking Programme
Ecuador’s Ministry of Environment has developed and implemented the first Measuring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) system for a mitigation action in the country. The digital platform has been specifically created for the Efficient Cooking Program NAMA.
Atelier du Cluster Francophone (Avril 2016. Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire)
The workshop brought together 47 participants, thereof 34 participants from 17 francophone developing countries as well as 13 participants representing the organizers of the Cluster Francophone (Belgium, France, Germany), from International Organizations (BOAD, FAO, IEA) and from GIZ and CITEPA
Viet Nam: Elaboration of a National Roadmap for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement
In response to the successful adoption of the Paris Agreement, Viet Nam is currently working on the development of a national roadmap for the implementation of the new international climate agreement.
‘Good practice’ examples for reducing greenhouse gases
When operationalising their NDCs, countries can learn from each other and benefit from experiences made elsewhere. Therefore, the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV aims to bundle, analyse and distribute information on good practices related to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and MRV systems. An important tool in this regard is the Global Good Practice Analysis (GPA).
Mexico: Post-Paris Discussions and Actions
Following the 21st Conference of Parties (COP), Mexico is preparing for INDC implementation and considering different instruments that can play a key role in reaching the 2030 targets, among them an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), a carbon tax and an accounting system for the national climate goals.
Webinar series on the Global Good Practice Analysis 2.0 on INDCs, LEDS, NAMAs and MRV systems
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.