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Latest Documents
Mitigation benefits and co-benefits of policies, practices and actions for enhancing mitigation ambition and options for supporting their implementation: the social and economic value of carbon and the promotion of efficient public transport and energy efficiency of vehicles. Technical paper by the secretariat.
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Technical analysis of the first biennial update report of Lebanon submitted on 13 October 2015. Summary report by the team of technical experts.
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Technical analysis of the first biennial update report of Argentina submitted on 9 December 2015. Summary report by the team of technical experts.
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France. Report of the technical review of the second biennial report of France.
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Revised indicative contributions for the biennium 2016–2017. Note by the secretariat.
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