UNDP NDC Support Programme in Trinidad and Tobago will be launching the Knowledge Management System (KMS) for the country's National Climate Mitigation Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) System on March 12th, 2019 in Port-of-Spain.

The National MRV System is intended to facilitate the collection, analysis and transparent reporting of accurate data on GHG emissions, efforts to mitigate them and resources devoted to enabling these efforts. The KMS is the central repository, which includes methodologies, procedures and institutional frameworks, for monitoring data to be collected.

For more information on the Climate Change Mitigation Initiatives in Trinidad and Tobago, please visit here.



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