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-  12.09.2019 MRV Framework Guidance for District Energy Projects published
image-cover-website-11092019539__1568308166.pngRead our latest publication. This guidance prepared for the UNEP District Energy in Cities Initiative on measuring, reporting and verifying (MRV) enables projects and cities to track progress and the impact on city-wide district energy systems (DES). The guidance facilitates the monitoring of projects’ impacts, proposing a broad approach to MRV that addresses 1) greenhouse gas emissions and 2) sustainable development. In particular, city authorities and relevant stakeholders (utilities, private sectors, etc.) shall be able to evaluate planned and implemented projects with regards to mitigation impacts and sustainable development benefits.

MRV is particularly relevant in the context of Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) development and implementation, national and local low emission strategies and Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) as well as other mitigation mechanisms. Hence, the focus of the guidance is on the assessment of emission reduction and sustainable development impacts. The eventual adoption and adaptation of the MRV framework to the city and project specific situation is carried out in an individual MRV Plan prepared based on this guidance.

You can access the guidance on webpage of the District Energy in Cities Initiative: Latest Publication of the District Energy in Cities Initiative or directly MRV Framework Guidance for District Energy Projects
-  New publications on climate finance 29.11.2018
cfas_policy_brief_cop24_predictability_of_climate_finance_under_the_paris_agreement__1551460053.jpgGetting ready for COP24 negotiations: If you want to get an overview where climate finance will be discussed in Katowice or are interested in latest developments regarding predictability of climate finance, consult our guidance policy briefs – developed with partners from Climate Finance Advisory Service (CFAS).

CFAS Climate Finance Guide: COP24 Katowice
The CFAS Climate Finance Guide provides negotiators and observers with an overview of the key issues related to climate finance that will be discussed at the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), in Katowice, Poland. It is structured along the main items of the agenda of the different bodies that will meet in Katowice, namely the COP itself, the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP), the subsidiary bodies (SBI and SBSTA) and the Ad-hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement (APA). A table at the end of the document provides a simple synopsis of all the items discussed in this guide.

CFAS Policy Brief: Predictability of International Climate Finance under the Paris Agreement
he policy brief summarizes the status quo of negotiations on Article 9.5 of the Paris Agreement, including closer looks at the actors to be involved, at the provisional list of information to be covered and at the modalities under debate. It concludes with an overview of negotiation streams at the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) that deal with Article 9.5 and provides recommendations on how to make progress on the topic.
-  the greenwerk. offsets its carbon footprint - 21.11.2018
-  Innovate 4 Climate (I4C) - 19.05.2018
-  Seychelles' 100% Renewable Energy Strategy 23.03.2018
-  Green Banking 14.12.2017
-  20th Sustainable Development Conference 12.12.2017
-  Achieving 100% Renewable Power Supply for Small Island Developing States (#SIDS) 26.11.2017
-  Side event at the #COP23 20.11.2017
-  2nd National Workshop on Innovative Climate Finance Mechanisms for the Financial Institutions in Sri Lanka 10.11.2017
-  Read our Policy Brief on how international climate finance can unlock the potential towards 100% renewable energies 09.11.2017
-  Meet us @ the COP23 07.11.2017
-  New report: Status quo of international Adaption Finance 06.11.2017
-  New report: Transparency of Support Received 20.05.2017
-  the greenwerk. @ the #COP23 03.11.2017
-  Proud to be part of the CTCN 20.10.2017