What Can We Learn From Countries’ Experiences and UNFCCC Processes?by Yamide Dagnet, Nathan Cogswell, Neil Bird, Mathilde Bouyé and Marcelo Rocha - March 2019
A new paper from the Project for Advancing Climate Transparency examines how the Paris Agreement’s enhanced transparency framework's new requirements have been enhanced, highlights the experiences of countries’ related to transparency, and maps the initiatives and processes designed to support capacity building.
Recommendations For Accounting for Mitigation Components of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) Under the Paris Agreementby Kelly Levin, David Rich and Cynthia Elliott - September 2018
This paper discusses accounting guidance under the Paris Agreement that can be applied to the variety of mitigation components in Parties’ NDCs.
by Yamide Dagnet, Nathan Cogswell, Eliza Northrop, Joe Thwaites, Cynthia Elliott, Kelly Levin, Niklas Höhne, Neil Bird, Amy Kirbyshire, Sebastian Oberthür, Marcelo Rocha and Pedro Barata - August 2018
A new paper from the Project for Advancing Climate Transparency provides both an overarching vision and practical suggestions for what should be included in the main pillars of the Paris Agreement’s implementing guidelines.
The Mechanism to Facilitate Implementation and Promote Compliance with the Paris Agreement: Design Optionsby Eliza Northrop and Sebastian Oberthür - April 2018
This working paper examines the mechanism to facilitate implementation and promote compliance under Article 15 of the Paris Agreement and presents options for developing the key elements of the relevant modalities and procedures.
by Eliza Northrop, Yamide Dagnet, Joe Thwaites, Kathleen Mogelgaard and Niklas Höhne - April 2018
This working paper explores the global stocktake created by the Paris Agreement and the design of the modalities, procedures, and guidelines that will govern the implementation of the global stocktake.
by Yamide Dagnet, Nathan Cogswell, Harro van Asselt, Goncalo Cavalheiro, Marcelo Theoto Rocha and Alice Bisiaux - November 2017
The Project for Advancing Climate Transparency (PACT) consortium supports the design and development of robust and effective transparency and accountability rules and processes for the Paris Agreement on climate change. This working paper examines the technical expert review and facilitative, multilateral consideration of progress by drawing on lessons from previous experiences and presenting options for consideration in the modalities, procedures, and guidelines that will govern the process.
by Cynthia Elliott, Kelly Levin, Joe Thwaites, Kathleen Mogelgaard and Yamide Dagnet - November 2017
The Project for Advancing Climate Transparency (PACT) consortium works to support the design and development of robust and effective transparency and accountability rules and processes for the Paris Agreement on climate change. This working paper examines the five streams of information to be reported under the Paris Agreement. In particular, this working paper considers what information should be reported, how it should be reported, and when it should be reported.
Yamide Dagnet, Cynthia Elliott, Melisa Krnjaic, Marcelo T. Rocha and Teng Fei - May 2017