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An Introduction to the Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol (MAAP) Tool

The Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol (MAAP) is proposed as a key tool for achieving transparency in the way climate change mitigation actions are developed, and how they compare in terms of mitigation value. MAAP is divided into four modules: 1) Program Design/Implementation, 2) Management Entity, 3) Financial Structure and 4) Development Benefits. Each module is independent from each other, and includes a set of key indicators that represent what experts consider to be as key components of any robust climate action. The final module score depends on the assigned weights and scores for each key indicator.

MAAP was originally developed as an excel-based tool, and has already been applied to more than 200+ mitigation actions globally. The purpose of upgrading to an online interface is to provide an accessible and usable platform to assess, track and compare the relative risks and performance of a broad range of climate actions.

Additional Resources:

The Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol

Networked Carbon Markets : Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol (Working Paper)

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Vedat

- Mar 5, 2019
Interesting!

Matilda

- Mar 2, 2019
important

Koetlisi

- Feb 1, 2019
Thanks, its really informative

Suresh

- Jan 21, 2019
MAP website seems to be not working.

Koetlisi

- Feb 1, 2019
Did you find assistance? If not, make sure you input it correctly.

Ki

- Jan 20, 2019
Great!

Dr. Illakkuvan

- Nov 13, 2018
The Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol -MAAP is proposed as a key tool for achieving transparency in the way climate change mitigation actions are developed, and how they compare in terms of mitigation value.

Mariam

- Oct 16, 2018
Transparency in the climate change sphere is really very important and MAAP is a good tool.
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