On this page you can find resources and documents on mitigation-related topics which can be useful in case of further interest. You will find the three most read documents highlighted below and a selection of recommended readings at the right side.
Uploaded on 13. October 2017

The GIZ project Policy dialogue and knowledge management on low emission development strategies in the MENA region conducted a good practice analysis of IKI projects in the MENA region. The aim of this analysis was to identify activities which contribute to low carbon development and are also transferable to other MENA countries or other regions. In the first round, five projects have been identified as outstanding examples of good practice in the field of climate projects. For the purpose of valuing and sharing experiences, how to overcome barriers and to enable the project’s success, a factsheet for each identified good practice was designed.

Uploaded on 04. October 2017

Good 2050 climate and energy strategies are essential both for tackling climate change and for securing the well-being and prosperity of people and planet. It is therefore important to ensure these strategies are as strong as possible. The MaxiMiseR project has identified ten essential elements of a good 2050 climate and energy strategy.

Uploaded on 29. September 2017

A new guidance document for on conducting quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) for GHG inventories has been created by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat, with the support of the Global Support Programme (GSP) for National Communications and Biennial Update Reports.

Uploaded on 21. September 2017

This report serves as a prologue to a series of update reports on NDC-related topics. The reports focuses on mitigation ambition and action in developing countries and emerging economies (with an occasional look at industrialised countries for contrast or comparison).

Uploaded on 21. September 2017

The Peer-to-Peer Exchange Workshop brought together representatives of the Information Matters partner countries Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ghana, Georgia, the Philippines and Vietnam as well as from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Umweltbundesamt (German Environment Agency, UBA). During the workshop, partner countries had the opportunity to deepen their knowledge for reporting under the UNFCCC as it enabled participants to share their expertise on the various stages of BUR preparation as well as participation in the ICA process.