As we see circular economy climbing up the political agenda, we must acknowledge that circularity has been a way of life for millennia for Indigenous peoples worldwide. We must ensure they are in the…
Building on the SDGs and leveraging sustainable development impacts can provide concrete entry points to enhance NDCs. Capitalizing on existing processes, systems and institutional capacity will maximize synergies and reduce cost of achieving the dual goals. In most countries, NDC and SDG implementation processes are being done in parallel, with little coordination or alignment.
In a first of its kind initiative, Vanuatu has embarked on activities moving towards achieving its NDC goals through the integrated MRV framework with the overall objective to effectively track all key parameters to track SDG impacts towards achieving its NDC commitment. This webinar is organized jointly by UNDP through its NDC Support Programme, the Government of Vanuatu, Ministry of Climate Change and Subbarao Consulting Services.
Integrated Data Tracking for Vanuatu's Climate and Development Targets
by Jesse Benjamin, Director General, Ministry of Climate Change, Government of Vanuatu
Integrated Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Online Tool for Climate Mitigation Action Tracking
Wed, Apr 10, 2019 2:00 AM - 3:00 AM EDT
Vanuatu MRV Webinar Q and A Session
Presentation by Jesse Benjamin, Director General, Ministry of Climate Change, Government of Vanuatu
Presentation by Srikanth Subbarao, Ph.D., Subbarao Consulting Services (SCS) Ltd New Zealand
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