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UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre works to implement UNEP's climate change strategy and energy programme

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    Institutional frameworks for transparency support climate action in Dominican Republic

    ICAT case study: Developing a national legal framework for MRV of climate action in the Dominican Republic, including adaptation measures in the agriculture and tourism sectors.

    January 26th, 2023

    Dr. Justine Ngoma taking a reading of monthly growth from the makeshift growth meter her team had constructed from discarded packing straps.

    Article 6 community takes off in Zambia

    First steps in community for knowledge generation, sharing, and implementation, creating stronger links between research, governments and climate action

    January 17th, 2023

    Embedding energy and agriculture into Viet Nam’s MRV system

    ICAT case study: Developing a greenhouse gas monitoring, reporting and verification system, in line with the enhanced transparency framework of the Paris Agreement in Viet Nam

    January 11th, 2023

    Yemen and Somalia moving towards a climate technology win-win

    Despite challenging circumstances, the countries are using Technology Needs Assessments to push climate action addressing the hardships and creating pathways to development

    December 21st, 2022

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    Emissions Gap report 2022

    The Closing Window – inadequate progress on climate action makes urgent transformation only option 
    To get on track to meet the Paris Agreement goal, the world needs to reduce greenhouse gases by unprecedented levels over the next eight years. 

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    Adaptation Gap Report 2022

    Adapting to climate change must become a global priority.
    The 2022 Adaptation Gap Report estimates costs are five to ten times greater than current finance flows to developing countries. Unprecedented political will and long-term investments are urgently needed

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    In the Climate Tech Podcast, we focus on the technology that can help us in the climate crisis, and more importantly, on how we can speed up implementation in developing countries.

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