Global Good Practice Summary Report (GPA2.0)
The Global Good Practice Analysis is a joint initiative by the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV and the UNDP Low Emission Capacity Building Programme and documents examples of mitigation-related good practice worldwide which demonstrate how INDCs, LEDS, NAMAs and MRV systems are being effectively designed and implemented across a range of national contexts.
In the second edition of the Global Good Practice Analysis (GPA2.0) a new selection of cases was examined by a consortium led by NewClimate Institute and including the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Libélula. The good practice examples demonstrate how mitigation actions, ranging from LEDS over NAMAs and MRV to INDCs, are being effectively designed and implemented across different national contexts, including developed and developing countries. The resulting good practice case studies provide rich insights from 19 countries on successes and lessons learned that can be disseminated internationally to support increased mitigation ambition.
The Summary Report GPA2.0 will be translated into Spanish and French soon.
Find all case studies in our good practice database: http://mitigationpartnership.net/gpa.
- Grantham Research Institute (2016): Beyond the targets: assessing the political credibility of pledges for the Paris Agreement
- Mitigation Momentum (2015): NAMAs and INDCs. Interactions and opportunities
- Global Good Practice Summary Report (GPA1.0)
- International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, LEDS Global Partnership, NAMA Partnership (2014): Linkages between LEDS – NAMA- MRV
- World Bank/UNEP: Climate Finance Options "Tool Search"
- Sri Lanka: NAMA on eBRT Systems of Colombo
- Finance Mechanisms for a Low-Carbon Development in Peru
- Cool Contributions fighting Climate Change
- Energy efficient public buildings and housing in Armenia
- Technical dialogue on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions towards a 2015 agreement under UNFCCC