Tag: Paris Agreement

UNFCCC review of Türkiye national communication March 2024

Continuous climate reporting is key to transparency

UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre joined UNFCCC experts on review of Türkiye's reporting on the climate goals of the Paris Agreement

April 2nd, 2024

Havana, Cuba. Дмитрий Трепольский, Pexels

New emissions projection tool ready for use in Cuba

Cuba can now use the new enhanced GACMO tool to project emissions, analyze mitigation options and meet reporting requirements

February 13th, 2024

Co2 model

GACMO 2.0: New tool for enhanced climate action

UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre has launched the GACMO 2.0, an enhanced tool strengthening global climate policy

February 6th, 2024

SPAR6C COP28 event w Pakistan

Recommendations for Article 6 carbon markets presented at COP28

Sharing concrete experiences from implementation of Article 6 and expert recommendations as well as the need for international cooperation, knowledge exchange, and carbon market strategies

January 16th, 2024

IAA6 country partnership launch COP28

New Carbon Market Partnerships

UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre and three countries will be working together to develop a carbon market toolbox for emissions trading under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

December 22nd, 2023

COP28: Technology needs and the Global Stocktake

COP28 highlights the crucial link between Technology Needs Assessments (TNAs) and climate commitments, pivotal for the Paris Agreement's Global Stocktake

December 6th, 2023

Emissions Gap Report 2023

Emissions Gap Report: Nations must go further than current Paris pledges or face global warming of 2.5-2.9°C

The 2023 Emissions Gap Report shows predicted 2030 emissions must fall by 28-42 per cent for pathway to 2°C and 1.5°C. Relentless mitigation is essential to narrow emissions gap, with COP28 and the Global Stocktake offering chances to build greater ambition.

November 20th, 2023

Icebergs, luuk wouters, unsplash

New UN report identifies how non-state actors can strengthen climate action transparency

“With better integration in national efforts, non-state actors can actively respond to government policies, link and strengthen their own climate strategies, bolster technical expertise and capacity, and aid in the local execution of national policy objectives.”

November 7th, 2023

Climate Transparency Platform

The Climate Transparency Platform is live

A new climate transparency platform for and by the global climate transparency community has been launched.

August 14th, 2023

Photo: Photo by Akil Mazumder, Pexels

Article 6 carbon markets: Call for Expressions of Interest from countries

The IAA6 project will support partners countries to co-develop a toolbox for capacity building to implement carbon markets under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

August 7th, 2023