Enhanced Transparency Framework: The Transition Starts Now!
Some countries have already started the transition from the current MRV framework (from the Cancun Agreements) to the Enhanced Transparency Framework under the Paris Agreement. This was one of the main findings of the 8th Annual Partnership Retreat (APR) that took place in Broumana, Lebanon, from 18 - 23 October 2019.
Traducción de la publicación GIZ "Próximos pasos en el marco del Acuerdo de París y el Paquete de medidas de Katowice sobre el clima"
El documento proporciona una nota de orientación que ofrece una visión general de lo que los países deben hacer en virtud del Acuerdo de París para definir sus objetivos climáticos (contribuciones determinadas a nivel nacional, NDCs)…
Key action for advancing low-carbon development growth in West Papua Province
Forests cover 90 per cent of West Papua Province. While there is growing demand for socio-economic development, West Papua needs sustainable management if Indonesia is to meet its emissions reduction target. The TASCA programme strives to mainstream the low-carbon development framework to strike a balance between socio-economics and the environment.
Uruguay launches National Adaptation Plan for the agricultural sector
To cope with the impacts of climate change faced by the agriculture sector, Uruguay developed a new plan for climate action that was launched on 18 September 2019.
LAC Climate Week reiterates importance of NDCs based on transparency
PATPA organized a Transparency Side-Event “Ready for the BTR? Implications of the Katowice Rulebook for Latin American countries” aimed at supporting Latin American countries to be prepared for the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) and the submission of the Biennial Transparency Report (BTR) in 2024.
Tradução da publicação da GIZ "Next steps under the Paris Agreement and the Katowice Climate Package"
O documento fornece uma nota de orientação que fornece uma visão geral do que os países precisam fazer no âmbito do Acordo de Paris para definir seus objetivos climáticos (contribuições determinadas nacionalmente, NDCs), implementá-las e…
Making MRV work: PATPA’s contribution at the Asia-Pacific Climate Week in Bangkok 2019
PATPA co-organized an event on transparency on the final day of the Asia-Pacific Climate Week with about 90 participants. This session aimed to provide insights from countries about challenges, experiences and lessons learnt from the process of establishing MRV systems. It also briefed the audience on the main support programmes available in the region.
Viet Nam´s Law on Environmental Protection under revision
Based on a decision of Viet Nam´s National Assembly, the Ministry for the Environment (MONRE) is currently revising the Law on Environmental Protection (LEP). An important part of this process is updating the chapter on climate change to legalise the requirements resulting from the international climate change framework.
Coffee NAMA transforms Costa Rican coffee production
After four years of implementation, 22 percent of Costa Rica’s coffee production is low-carbon and sustainable. This success has become possible through the application of good agricultural practices and technology changes within the worldwide first Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action in agriculture.
Explaining Modalities, Procedures and Guidelines (MPGs) and Support Programmes
As part of an event on transparency, co-organized by PATPA during the Africa Climate Week, about 80 participants learned about Modalities, Procedures and Guidelines (MPGs) for the Enhanced Transparency Framework, and support programmes. During a panel discussion, countries were able to reflect on challenges, experiences and lessons learnt.