Designing MRV Systems for Entity-Level Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Facilitated)

Designing MRV Systems for Entity-Level Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Facilitated)

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The concept of Measuring (and monitoring), Reporting and Verification (MRV) has gained significance in the design and implementation of climate change policy in the recent years, and more so after the Paris Agreement. Greenhouse gas reporting programs provide a platform to gather emissions data from entities and help mainstream emissions measurement and reporting. The course aims to support policymakers and practitioners in developing economy-wide or sector-specific GHG reporting programs that address national and sub-national priorities and objectives. It is divided in three modules and enables users to:

• Enhance their knowledge of the concept and significance of MRV

• Understand what constitutes a GHG reporting program, and the range of objectives that reporting programs can serve

• Identify the legal framework needed to anchor the mandatory reporting program

• Determine the capacities necessary to establish and implement reporting programs

• Engage stakeholders during various phases of development and implementation of the reporting program

• Understand various design elements that form the core of GHG reporting programs and key factors that influence design-related decisions

• Delve deeper into three of the existing GHG reporting programs to further comprehend the concepts discussed in the course

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Target Audience

• Government officials, policymakers, development planners, climate change practitioners, carbon market agents.

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Submitted 1:21 pm, November 6, 2017

Interesting course


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Submitted 5:21 pm, June 24, 2017

This course has helped me understand the development of greenhouse gas emissions reporting programs across the economy that respond to national and sub-national priorities and objectives ...


Submitted 12:26 pm, May 12, 2017

Good course #Recommended


Submitted 2:33 pm, May 3, 2017

Hello, is it too late to register for the course that began on May 1?


Submitted 7:18 pm, October 30, 2017

Michael, The course will be delivered again in facilitated format from November 13th. The registration links are active, please click 'Enroll Now'

Mohammad imran

Submitted 9:36 am, April 23, 2017

Good course


Submitted 12:46 pm, April 18, 2017

Please are you given certificate for the courses?


Submitted 7:19 pm, October 30, 2017

Deborah, Yes, upon successful completion of the course, you will be issued a certificate

Elvis Suh Akongnwi

Submitted 9:33 am, April 13, 2017

I like to be part of this course

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