Resources

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 24. May 2017

How to estimate actual or future greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the transport sector? What are the available methodologies to assess emission reduction potentials in the sector? Find answers to these questions in this article.

Uploaded on 24. May 2017

This report has been written by Mitigation Moments with the Support of Ecofys, ECN and the German Ministry for Environment (BMUB). It provides insights on how to access public and private climate finance resources.

 

Uploaded on 24. May 2017

The Status Report has been written by Mitigation Moments with the Support of ECN, Ecofys and the German Federal Environment Ministry. It provides a 2017 mid-year update on Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) and looks specifically at the roles of different actors in the NAMA development and delivery process.

Uploaded on 06. February 2017

In order to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions will need to be “converted” into policies, measures, and finance-ready investment strategies. This conversion process can promote ambition, encourage efficient use of resources, support synergies between mitigation and development goals, enhance coordination between sectoral ministries, spur policy development, make proposals more attractive to funders, attract private sector investment, and support long-term planning. This paper analyzes how the outcomes of UNFCCC negotiations can help or hinder countries’ efforts to convert their NDCs into action.

Uploaded on 11. January 2017

This paper aims to explain what "long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies" (LT-LEDS for short) are, why they are a crucial policy tool, and how countries could go about developing them.