Measurable, Reportable, Verifiable (MRV)

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Conference Proceeding
4th International Conference on Climate Change
Author:
R. Kotru, ICIMOD
D. Mohan, TERI
N. Heider, BCAS
The study on adaptation effectiveness indicators has been carried out by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) in collaboration with national partners such as BCAS, ICIMOD and TERI in the Gangetic basin with the Strategic Environment Research fund of the Ministry of Environment, Government of Japan (S8). The study follows the...
Policy Report
Author:
Makoto
Kato
Yoshihiro
Mizutani
In the negotiations for the future climate change regime, the establishment of a measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) structure aiming to secure transparency of the Parties’ reduction goals and reduction activities for greenhouse gas emissions is positioned as one of the major negotiation agendas. There is a common recognition that MRV...
Discussion Paper
This paper reviews the trend of biofuel development and performance of biofuel projects under CDM as well as provides insights on how biofuel projects could transition to NAMAs. The author emphasizes that ensuring the sustainability of biofuel production and utilization is the key to overcome the difficulty of biofuels under CDM and facilitate...
Policy Report
The establishment of MRV systems for mitigation actions by developing countries and international support is a subject of debate at the highest level, both domestically and internationally. This report provides a synopsis and analysis of many key issues surrounding the current state of MRV, while providing examples of how the effective use of MRV...
Discussion Paper
As the largest developing country with about one sixth of global population and as a leading economy in South Asia, India has a key role in addressing the climate change issues. The country’s growing fossil fuel consumption and increasing carbon emission are key factors that necessitate considerable efforts towards climate change mitigation. The...
Discussion Paper
This paper analyses the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) that non-Annex I Parties pledged to the UNFCCC in compliance with Appendix II provisions of the Copenhagen Accord. The purpose of the analysis is to suggest an effective framework for delivering international financial, technology, and capacity building support as well as a...
Working Paper
This paper analyzes the nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) that non-Annex I Parties pledged to the UNFCCC in compliance with Appendix II provisions of the Copenhagen Accord to recommend an effective framework for delivering international financial, technology, and capacity building support and measuring, reporting, and verifying (MRV...