Enhanced transparency framework

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Conference Proceeding
Round table for “From satellite observation to national GHG inventories: inputs to the Global Stocktake of the Paris Agreement”

A national GHG inventory is an important input for the Global Stocktake (GST), which began from COP26, aiming to assess the collective progress towards achieving the purpose of the Paris Agreement and its long-term goals. All Parties are required to submit a greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory as part of the Biennial Transparency Report (BTR) under the...

Presentation
Round table for “From satellite observation to national GHG inventories: inputs to the Global Stocktake of the Paris Agreement”

This was presented at a roundtable entitled “From satellite observation to national GHG inventories: inputs to the Global Stocktake of the Paris Agreement” on February 2022. 
A national GHG inventory is an essential input for the Global Stocktake (GST), which began from COP26, aiming to assess the collective progress towards achieving the purpose...

Conference Proceeding

This report summarizes the key discussion points of the two-day Asian Transparency Workshop on December 13-14, 2021. The workshop aims to strengthen understanding of how to prepare reporting in Biennial Transparency Reports (BTRs) under Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF). More specifically, the workshop focused on reporting mitigation actions...

Presentation
Asian Transparency Workshop

This presentation was presented at the Asian Transparency Workshop on Dec 2021. The presentation summarizes the key findings from Mutual Learning program for Enhanced Transparency on reporting mitigation actions under Article 13 of the Paris Agreement.  

Discussion Paper

The objective of this paper is to provide good practices as recommended solutions to address the three common challenges that developing countries often encounter when preparing national reporting (e.g., BURs, NCs). The challenges are: 1) unclear roles and responsibilities among the related ministries; 2) a lack of human resources and experts; and...