The training gave the participants an understanding of the concept of NAMAs in the international and the domestic context.
Contribute to all annual editions of the UNEP emissions gap report. The CAT and the PBL climate policy modelling projects serve as key data sources.
Provide analyses on the progress of major emitting countries towards their mitigation targets and on enhanced action scenarios to fill the emissions gap.
Focussed on addressing governance challenges of NAMAs. Explored facilitation of international coordination and national diversity.
Provided recommendations on the design of a future transparent, and comparable accounting framework for all Parties.
Developed potential propositions for what the climate agreement at COP21 could look like which was presented in a series of workshops.
Assessed opportunities provided by bilateral agreements for piloting market-based approaches at sectoral levels.
Evaluation of the state of CDM projects to form conclusions and the required level and means of international support.
Analysed options for mitigation commitments under the climate agreement to determine ambitious emission reduction commitments.
An up-to-date assessment of individual country emission reduction pledges and policies, and compares to what is necessary to limit warming.
Supported the Peruvian government to develop a NAMA proposal in RE and climate change strategy to obtain international support.