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Data or Tool

IGES JCM Database provides detailed information on the JCM MRV methodologies, projects, feasibility studies, and decision-making processes. The JCM is implemented by the Government of Japan with 17 partner countries; Mongolia, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya, Maldives, Viet Nam, Lao PDR, Indonesia, Costa Rica, Palau, Cambodia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia...

Training or Learning Material

Clean Air Asia (CAA) organised a training on the Guidance Framework for Better Air Quality in Mongolia to enable local-level air quality managers to implement strategies and programmes towards air quality improvement and climate change mitigation. To conduct the training, CAA invited IGES to deliver the co-benefits training for the representatives...

PR, Newsletter or Other

The Brochure on the Joint Crediting Mechanism developed for stakeholders in Mongolia aims to provide general information on the JCM Financing Programme, review process on project proposals, and answers to the frequently asked questions. The JCM promotes leading low carbon technologies for climate change mitigation and sustainable development.

Data or Tool
Author:
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The "JCM in CHARTS" series aim to provide a comprehensive and easy-to-understand description of the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) in each host country. This version describes the rules, procedures, and references for implementing the JCM in Lao PDR.

This CHARTS is also available in Mongolian language. МОНГОЛ УЛС ДАХ ХКОМ-ЫН ТОЙМ

Presentation

Background Introduction on the Potential of Transfer and Application of Japanese Low Carbon Technologies in Mongolia: Matchmaking and Assessmen

A workshop on the assessment of Japanese low carbon technologies in Mongolia
Commissioned Report

Based on the study conducted in 8 countries in Asia, this report identifies challenges and barriers in conducting, implementing the Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) and Technology Action Plan (TAP).

This Technology Needs Assessment Analysis (TNA) Study was commissioned by the United
Nations Environment Programme Regional Office for Asia Pacific...

Peer-reviewed Article
In 21st Conference of International Input-Output Association

From 1971 to 2010, world trade grew fast by 10% per year on average (World Trade Organization 2011). The rapid growth of international trade contributes not only national economic growth but also increasing environmental pressures, such as raw material extraction and depletion, carbon emissions, water resource deterioration and landscape change and...