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Presentation
Asian Transparency Workshop: Roadmap for BTR1 and reporting under Article 6.2

This presentation provides, as introduction to the breakout group discussion in the Asian Transparency workshop, the common challenges when countries track progress of individual mitigation actions to prepare the 1st BTR. The possible solutions (long and short term) in each challenge were developed based on the mutual learning program for enhanced...

Book

Under the Paris Agreement, countries around the world are heading off reductions in greenhouse gas emissions at an early stage, making full use of climate change measures to achieve the creation of a decarbonized society in the latter half of this century. Expectations of actions by non-state actors in particular, such as cities and companies which...

Presentation
Workshop for sharing lessons learned from the JCM implementation in Asia and Pacific

An Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) of the Paris Agreement encourages developing countries to provide information on capacity-building needs. However, by looking into how different countries reported on capacity-building needs under existing reporting arrangement of the UNFCCC, there appear to be rooms for improvements on how countries...

Conference Proceeding

This brochure contains key findings from the International Market Mechanisms and Transparency Project, funded by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan, in 2018. The project was implemented by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) in collaboration with the Regional Collaboration Centre Bangkok of the UNFCCC.

The brochure also...

Data or Tool

IGES Climate and Energy Area has gathered responses and comments from national and local governments, international organisations, leading companies/industry associations, NGOs, think tanks, etc. on the decision of the US to withdraw from the Paris Agreement announced by President Donald J. Trump on 1 June 2017 and compiled them into one tabulated...

Working Paper

At the heart of the successful implementation of the Paris Agreement is whether and how effectively a ratchet-up mechanism through which Parties will increase ambition over time can work. This paper aims to examine the three elements of the ratchet-up mechanism: (1) a linkage between a five-year cycle of nationally determined contributions and long...