By Sandra Greiner, Gema Andreo-Victoria, Marco Della Maggiore, Stephan Hoch, Ximena Samaniego-Figueroa, El Hadji Mbaye Diagne
Our partner countries Ethiopia, Senegal and Uganda have defined ambitious climate-friendly development pathways and are actively involved in the international climate negotiations and all relevant climate finance mechanisms. The project supports funding proposals that build on these experiences with scalable CDM programmes and the GCF.
COP25 Madrid Impressions
Here are a few impressions from COP25 in Madrid.
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Listen to Jeanne Josette Acacha Akoha the Benin delegation leader about carbon markets, the need of a transition between Kyoto and Paris, the importance of transparency & NDCs.
“We, African, are willing for a robust accounting system on emissions reduction and international emissions trading. Our interest is the highest integrity.”
El-Hadji Mbaye Diagne at COP25 Madrid
Financing sustainable energy access in African NDCs
By Stephan Hoch, Sherri Ombuya, Peris Waweru, Sandra Greiner, Gema Andreo Victoria, Marco Della Maggiore, Robert Kelly, Tim Cowman, Thomas Owino, Karin Sosis, Alexandre Dunod, Harold Goret
COP26 digest: The significance of Article 6 and CDM transition outcomes for Africa
By Sandra Greiner, Stephan Hoch, El Hadji Mbaye Diagne, Gema Andreo Victoria and Aayushi Singh
Reform efforts have strengthened African participation in the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). A key challenge is to ensure strong African participation in the new generation of Article 6 mechanisms.
An increasing range of climate financing institutions and instruments supports countries in achieving their NDC goals.
International climate negotiations focus on implementing the Kyoto Protocol and setting the rules for operationalizing the Paris Agreement.