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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
Working Paper
Parties to the Paris Agreement agreed to ensure avoidance of double counting of emissions reductions from the use of international market mechanisms. Although useful data may be available, Parties have limited experience and guidance from the UNFCCC on what data to report in the transparency framework pre-Paris Agreement. If the current reporting...
Presentation
Workshop for sharing lessons learned from the JCM implementation in Asia and Pacific
This presentation aims to illustrate possible issues to be addressed in enhancing institutional arrangements to meet the possible requirements under the so-called “Paris Rulebook”, especially related to Article 4, Article 6, and Article 13 of the Paris Agreement. It focuses on the existing practice of reporting the use of international market...
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The Climate Policy and Market Mechanism Status Report aims at providing updated information on the status of national climate policy and market mechanisms in the selected countries. A particular focus is set on mechanisms such as the CDM, national ETS and the JCM. Countries covered: Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Lao PDR, Mongolia,...
Book Chapter
In Climate Change and Food Security in West Asia and North Africa
The West Asia and North African (WANA) countries are projected to undergo a range of climate change impacts that can put even greater pressure on the already over utilized water and land resources in the region calling for an urgent intervention for climate change risk reduction in these countries. Though WANA appears to be a rich region from the...
Working Paper
India’s fossil fuel dominated energy mix poses various challenges to the country. First, the over-reliance on the imported fuel makes the country vulnerable supply challenges due to geopolitical turbulence in the energy producing regions, second, use of hydrocarbon sources has been adversely affecting the environment and human health, third, the...