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Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action

(Photo by Alain Duchateau on Unsplash)
(Photo by Alain Duchateau on Unsplash)

Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA) is an initiative implemented by the UNFCCC through its Regional Collaboration Centres (RCCs) and supported by voluntary contributions from a number of national governments, including the German Federal Government through BMU. It assists countries in the development of domestic climate policies instruments such as carbon markets, carbon taxes, and other emission reduction instruments with strong monitoring, reporting and verification components. CI-ACA offers tailored support to jurisdictions in developing carbon pricing instruments, covering the entire process from identification of possible policy options, to development of concrete proposals for use in instrument development and design, and through to instrument roll-out on the ground.

Supporting Carbon Pricing in Senegal

Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA) is evaluating various options for the introduction of domestic carbon pricing instruments in Senegal. More

Carbon Pricing Support in Uganda

The Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action (CI-ACA) initiative is conducting a carbon pricing study which includes a broader assessment of the current carbon pricing mechanisms. More

Collaborative Instruments for Ambitious Climate Action Implementation

Implementation: UNFCCC Secretariat and Regional Collaboration Centres Lomé and Kampala

Other organisations involved:
In Senegal: Perspectives Climate Research gGmbH (PCR); Afrique Energy Environnement (AEE); Department of Environment and Classified Establishments (DECC) Senegal; National Committee on Climate Change (COMNAC).
In Uganda: Global Carbon Market Uganda implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Lifecycle: Since 2017

Contact: Monique Nardi

Weiterführende Informationen: UNFCCC-Website