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25.11.15

EB 86

Continuation of simplifying the CDM, no agreement on the improvement of the Stakeholder Consultation Process

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At its 86th meeting, the Board considered numerous proposals for simplifying and streamlining the CDM and adopted several regulations that are to reduce transaction costs and speed-up procedures. So in the future, it will inter alia, be possible to use the micro-scale thresholds at the level of individual units of a PoA and to submit a methodology without a PDD.

Date: November 2015
Type: Report

25.11.15

Policy Brief 04/2015 (Update)

Role of Market Mechanisms in Intended Nationally Determined Contributions

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The Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) intend to adopt a new comprehensive climate agreement at this year’s Conference of the Parties (COP) in Paris. The shape of the new agreement is emerging only slowly, including the role market mechanisms will play. This new JIKO Policy Brief is an update on JIKO Policy Brief 03/2015 and assesses the potential scope of market mechanisms in the Paris agreement by surveying the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) so far.

Date: November 2015
Type: Study

15.10.15

JISC 37

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Report of the Wuppertal Institute on the 37th Meeting of the Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee.

Date: October 2015
Type: Report

30.09.15

Carbon Mechanisms Review 03-2015

Looking Back into the Future

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The international carbon markets face a twofold challenge: currently operating projects suffer from the market crisis and many actually run the risk of being discontinued. At the same time, the future of the global Carbon Markets is being shaped in the UNFCCC negotiations. This issue of the Carbon Mechanisms Review takes up both challenges and reports on dedicated intiatives and features analyses and an interview with a UNFCCC negotiator.

Date: October 2015
Type: Carbon Mechanisms Review

04.08.15

Reforming the CDM SD Tool

Recommendations for improvement

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This report (work package 3) synthesizes the outcomes of the preceding work packages (WP 1, cp. Arens et al. 2014 and WP 2, cp. Olsen, Fenhann et al. 2015), with an aim to discuss and propose politically feasible options for further development of the EB’s SD tool. Recommendations are drawn up on how to enhance the tool and on how to strengthen SD assessment of CDM projects in general, with a view to impact ongoing and future SD considerations beyond CDM, on a global level.

Date: August 2015
Type: Study

03.08.15

JIKO Policy Brief 03/2015

Role of Market Mechanisms in Intended Nationally Determined Contributions

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The Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) intend to adopt a new comprehensive climate agreement at this year’s Conference of the Parties (COP) in Paris. The shape of the new agreement is emerging only slowly, including the role market mechanisms will play. A new JIKO Policy Brief assesses the potential scope of market mechanisms in the Paris agreement by surveying the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) so far.

Date: August 2015
Type: Policy Brief

28.07.15

Analysis of Possible New Market Mechanisms Pilot Activities beyond the PMR

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This study analyses activities developed outside of the PMR that could evolve to become possible NMM pilot activities. It assesses a number of initiatives that can provide lessons for the design of market mechanisms.

Date: July 2015
Type: Study

27.07.15

EB 85

Simplifying and streamlining of CDM continues, launch of platform for voluntary cancellation of CERs scheduled for September

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At its 85th meeting, the CDM Executive Board continued simplifying and streamlining the CDM by inter alia adopting new additionality rules for programmes of activities. The Board further decided to review existing approaches for additionality demonstration (e.g. first of its kind) and to identify options for introducing new models (such as negative lists). EB 85 also approved the preparation of a methodological framework for the development of standardized baselines and the establishment of a database on the cost and efficiency of technologies for SB development.
Against the backdrop of the difficult market conditions, the Board discussed a proposal for the indirect subsidisation of the accreditation fee for DOEs. The launch of the platform for the voluntary cancellation of CERs is scheduled for September 2015.

Date: July 2015
Type: Report

20.07.15

Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) Workshop Newsletter on Market Mechanisms in Cities

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This newsletter summarizes the 15th Climate Technolgy Initiative Workshop, which took place from 7-8 May, in Berlin, Germany. The workshop considered integrated climate action in cities, with specialized sessions on the building and construction sector as well as transport and waste. Additionally, the newsletter features information on a training programme on climate finance as well as a summary of an e-learning course on NAMA development, amongst others.

Date: 2015
Type: Information Brochure

17.07.15

EB 84

Revision of SB Framework adopted, Efforts to Simplify CDM Continue

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By adopting a revision of the procedure for the development, revision, clarification and update of standardized baselines the CDM EB intends to improve clarity and allow for more flexibility in the development of SBs. At the same time, efforts to streamline and simplify the CDM continue.

Date: July 2015
Type: Report