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  • 7-June-2021

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    Private climate finance: Research Collaborative

    The Research Collaborative serves as a platform for researchers, finance providers and governments to share information about and discuss progress towards improved tracking of private finance for climate action, including publicly-mobilised private finance. It conducts and co-ordinates work to explore data sources and methodologies.

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  • 4-June-2021

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    Environment-economy modelling tools

    Modelling work is aimed to assist governments in identifying the implications of major socio-economic trends on environmental pressures and the consequences of policies or policy mixes to address these. Find out more on the latest releases.

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  • 4-June-2021

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    Environment-economy modelling

    Modelling work is aimed to assist governments in identifying the implications of major socio-economic trends on environmental pressures and the consequences of policies or policy mixes to address these. Find out more on the latest releases.

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  • 2-June-2021

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    Safety of novel foods and feeds and on the harmonisation of regulatory oversight in biotechnology

    These two documents compile information on activities related to the assessment of the safety of products derived from modern biotechnology, environmental safety (biosafety) and the safety of novel foods and feeds, at the international level between April 2020 and March 2021. The information was provided by OECD Members, partner countries and observer organisations participating in the work.

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  • 2-June-2021

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    Developing a national water security indicators framework in Kazakhstan

    Water security is a matter of great national importance for Kazakhstan, with its Security Council meeting on 26 June 2019 devoted to 'Ensuring Water Security'. This paper presents recent progress in Kazakhstan with regard to identifying water security priorities and establishing indicators to monitor and measure progress towards achieving water security. The paper also analyses those water security indicators that simultaneously relate to the 'nationalised' Green Growth Indicators (GGIs) and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) indicators that are relevant to water security, and also identifies opportunities for complimentary indicators to be developed to track the full suite of water security targets. The paper identifies remaining challenges for future work in this domain, including improving data collection and reporting; and integrating water security indicators into relevant policy documents, strategies and plans to secure the technical and political attention necessary to drive progress in this domain.
  • 1-June-2021

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    Country profile: Towards a Green Economy in Ukraine

    Since 2019, EU4Environment has been supporting Ukraine towards green transformation. Find out highlights of concrete results and achievements in our new released country profile.

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  • 1-June-2021

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    Chemical Safety and Biosafety Progress Report

    The Chemical Safety and Biosafety Progress Report is released every eight months. Its purpose is to provide an update on the projects, events and activities. Information on new publications as well as dates and venues of upcoming events and meetings are given.

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  • 31-May-2021

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    Country profile: Towards a Green Economy in the Republic of Moldova

    Since 2019, EU4Environment has been supporting Moldova towards green transformation. Find out highlights of concrete results and achievements in our new released country profile.

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  • 31-May-2021

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    Operationalising the Article 6.4 mechanism - Options and implications of CDM activity transition and new activity registration

    This paper identifies and analyses options for the design of the Article 6.4 mechanism in two key areas. These are the possible transition of eligible activities registered under the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) to the Article 6.4 mechanism; and the registration of new activities under the Article 6.4 mechanism. The paper outlines possible transition options and potential implications for four issues relating to host Party approval of activities and to the use, review and revision of baseline methodologies and accreditation standards. The paper also highlights the steps needed to register new or transitioned activities under the Article 6.4 mechanism, and how co-ordination between different actors can facilitate a transition. The paper concludes that there are options available to ensure that the Article 6.4 mechanism can be implemented within a few years of a formal agreement on the rules, modalities and procedures for Article 6, and can build on the significant experience gained with the CDM. The paper highlights different ways that this CDM experience can be built on, and outlines the varying administrative and environmental implications of doing so.
  • 30-May-2021

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    Country profile: Towards a Green Economy in Georgia

    Since 2019, EU4Environment has been supporting Georgia towards green transformation. Find out highlights of concrete results and achievements in our new released country profile.

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