Cluster Francophone Regional Workshop: discussions on financing strategies and policies for mitigation actions in NDCs (6-8 December in Casablanca, Morocco)

On 6-8 December, the “Cluster Francophone” of the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV organized a regional workshop in Casablanca (Morocco) with 74 participants from 18 countries.

Annual Partnership Retreat: discussions on NDCs and transparency (31 August - 7 September, Cape Town, South Africa)

From 31 August to 7 September 2016, 32 participants from 22 countries, both developing and developed, as well as representatives from the UNFCCC secretariat, science and implementing organisations, came together in Cape Town to discuss about the topic ‘From MRV to an enhanced transparency framework in the context of NDC implementation’.

Countries from Asia and Pacific discuss progress on NDC implementation

From 26 to 27 July 2016 the third Regional Workshop of the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV took place in Vinh Phuc, Viet Nam. It focused on ‘Unpacking (I)NDCs – identifying, prioritising, planning and implementing mitigation and adaptation measures’.

Regional Dialogue on Nationally Determined Contributions - Latin America & the Caribbean

On 19-21 July, the dialogue convened government representatives from the Latin America & Caribbean region and international organisations/experts involved in NDC implementation.

27. February 2017
At the 21st Partnership Meeting it was decided to rename the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV (IPMM) as the Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement. Why you may ask? Well, 2015 was the year of international decisions and as of 2016, the focus is on their implementation. This demands a realignment of the Partnership's objectives, which is also reflected in the new name.
13. February 2017
In the context of the German G20 Presidency, the OECD is bringing together the growth and climate agendas to better understand the economic and investment implications of the transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy.
06. February 2017
The innovative Colombia Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) NAMA has begun its implementation phase. The NAMA promotes better-planned, walkable, transit-oriented neighborhoods, to lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, reduce household transportation costs, expand access to jobs and services, and improve social inclusion.

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Since the start of the Information Matters project in the Dominican Republic in October 2013, several activities have taken place in the country. At first, a kick-off workshop and a stock taking analysis took place where a capacity building plan with four in-country workshops for the staff of the government agencies involved in monitoring and reporting activities was agreed. Based on this plan, Information Matters has supported the Dominican Republic with the setup of a national GHG Inventory system, the generation of capacities in the preparation and management of GHG inventories and with the preparation of the Dominican Republic’s first BUR. The Dominican Republic is working on its first BUR with the intentions of presenting it along with the TNC by the end of the year 2015.

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The Information Matters project started in Chile in October 2013, being a kick-off workshop in January 2014 the first public activity where a capacity building plan with three in-country workshops for the staff of the government agencies involved in monitoring and reporting activities plus backstopping activities was agreed. Since then, several capacity-building activities have taken place, including the design of a MRV framework for NAMAs and the setup of an institutional structure for MRV of support, the review of Chile´s GHG inventory and first BUR by German experts and support through in-country workshops for the preparation and submission of Chile´s first BUR which was submitted in December 2014 to the UNFCCC.