…but are we any clearer on their format? That issue sadly wasn’t to be resolved at today’s workshop.
Today’s LCA workshop on the diversity of NAMAs offered various Parties including: Brazil, Gambia, Georgia, Bangladesh, AOSIS, Chile and China to demonstrate their current approaches to NAMAs.
Without going into great detail, some issues that were raised:
- Gambia outlined the potential co-benefits (improved health, energy security) from their proposed NAMAs
- Implementation Plans & attribution of these plans in achieving mitigation actions were outlined
- Can NAMAs and CDM run concurrently?
- Developing MRV strategies at the time of developing the NAMAs
- AOSIS highlighted Importance of Common Accounting Rules
- Republic of Korea: Yes to NAMA Crediting will replace CDM’
And on a positive note, the Chilean presentation included a slide on the MAPS Chile process, which was great to see in the plenary!
Full slides and webcasts of the country presentations can be found at: