1º Seminário Virtual do Núcleo Lusófono PATPA
O Núcleo Lusófono da Parceria para Transparência no Acordo de Paris (PATPA) organizou seu 1º Seminário Virtual dedicado ao intercâmbio e atualização entre os países lusófonos, no dia 13 de agosto 2020. O evento atraiu grande interesse com…
National benefits of climate reporting
The discussion paper intends to highlight benefits that a country can obtain through transparent and ambitious climate reporting and a robust and self-sustained MRV system, which go beyond the obvious benefit of fulfilling current and…
Main findings of the first round of ICA for BURs
This document provides an analysis of the first Biennial Update Reports (BURs) from Non-Annex I Parties that have undergone at least the first step of the International Consultation and Analysis (ICA) process. By reviewing the Technical…
Guidance for setting up and enhancing national technical teams for GHG inventories in developing countries
In a step-by-step process, this guide aims to assist developing countries in meeting a significant part of their reporting requirements to the UNFCCC, i.e. the national GHG inventory, by setting up or enhancing national technical teams for the preparation and reporting of GHG inventories on a regular basis within a national system of GHG inventories. Besides the step-by-step process, this paper provides additional guidance on strategies to support the sustainability of technical teams for GHG inventories.
BUR Process Guidance Tool
The BUR Process Guidance Tool has been developed to support countries in the process of preparing a BUR and undergoing the International Consultation and Analysis (ICA), while at the same time enhancing domestic MRV systems. It guides users through a six step process, helping to understand what the key steps are, what to consider when implementing those steps, and what the required potential time duration would be, taking into account specific national circumstances. It therefore can also be used as a planning tool that can be applied flexibly by countries. The tool has been created based on experience gained during implementation of the Information Matters project in the partner countries as well as feedback obtained during a review by external experts and partner organisations.
Leading on Transparency – a Coalition of MRV Leading Countries
This knowledge product aims at demonstrating that building a coalition of countries to lead the way in Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) can be an effective way of ensuring countries rise above the floor of minimum requirements for transparency in their climate actions.
Preparing for the ICA process: Required efforts and capacities needed
The paper “Preparing for the ICA process: Required efforts and capacities needed” assesses how Non-Annex I Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) can best prepare for the International Consultation and…
Training Workshop on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) - Anglophone and Lusophone Countries
The International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) were hosting a Training Workshop on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) for Anglophone & Lusophone Countries in Entebbe (Uganda). The overall objectives were to provide participants with in-depth technical training related to INDC preparation as well as to fascilitate a forum for learning from INDC submissions or to address technical questions and to improve participants' capacity to prepare and submit INDCs to the UNFCCC Secretariat.
Five years of Partnership – achieving results together
This publication summarises the activities and achievements of the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV since its establishment in 2010.
Biennial Update Report Template
The GIZ Biennial Update Report Template seeks to guide non-Annex I Parties in the preparation of Biennial Update Reports (BURs), thereby enabling those Parties to submit transparent as well as ambitious BURs. The template sets out a proposed report structure as well as guidance on the presentation of information, including use of tables.