Enhanced Transparency Framework after Katowice
At Asia Pacific Climate Week in Bangkok the "Transparency Workshop", jointly organized by PATPA, FAO and the UNFCCC secretariat, is taking place on 6 September. The workshop aims to socialize the COP 24 outcomes on the enhanced transparency…
Enhancing national knowledge of GHG inventories in the waste sector
Local capacities in Algeria have been strengthened on a sustainable basis by training local trainers in GHG inventories and mitigation options in the waste sector.
Chile introduces MRV tool for renewable energies
In Chile a monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) tool has been implemented to quantify the contribution that small- and large-scale renewable energy projects make to mitigating greenhouse gases.
Climate Helpdesk supports countries on NDCs, Transparency and LEDS
The service provides support ranging from remote action to short-term support in the country encompassing between 5.000€ and 30.000€.
Next steps under the Paris Agreement and the Katowice Climate Package
The document provides guidance to policy makers and practitioners on key steps and challenges in the development, implementation and maintenance of NDCs, as well as the new transparency requirements under the Paris Agreement.
Side event at SB50 in Bonn: Co-benefits of climate reporting
Representatives of 5 partner countries gave insights on challenges, benefits and capacity gaps within their national MRV systems.
Building capacity to support countries fulfil reporting requirements
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) just concluded the inception phase of a new project aimed at helping countries to overcome the challenges posed by the reporting requirements under the Paris Agreement, with focus on the agriculture sectors.
Pacific Alliance: market and non-market approaches for achieving the NDCs
The Pacific Alliance’s Technical Subgroup on MRV held discussions on the role of market and non-market approaches for achieving the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in March 2019.
The road to better air and lower emissions in South Africa
Simultaneously addressing climate change and air pollution promises to be the single best approach to limit global warming to 1.5°C while, at the same time, providing desirable health benefits.