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Multilateral Assessment under the IAR

 

The multilateral assessment (MA) process is part of the international assessment and review (IAR) process for developed country Parties. The IAR process is conducted under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and aims to promote the comparability of efforts among all developed country Parties with regard to their quantified economy-wide emission limitation and reduction targets.

The IAR process comprises two steps: a technical review of the national reports of each developed country, followed by the MA of the progress towards achieving the economy-wide target by developed country Parties.

The MA process entails three stages:

  • the preparation for the MA before the SBI working group session - encompassing a three-month "questions and answers" period; more
  • the international assessment during the SBI working group session; more
  • and the completion of the Party record after the SBI working group session. more

To access the MA portal log-in credentials are required. All national focal points have been invited to submit nominations to the MA portal. Should further nominations be required national focal points are requested to contact the secretariat at MA-portal@unfccc.int.

 
All MA working group sessions
 

V: SBI 46 in Bonn 2017

IV: SBI 45 in Marrakech 2016

III: SBI 43 in Paris 2015

II: SBI 42 in Bonn 2015

I: SBI 41 in Lima 2014

 

All MA summary reports can be found here

 

 

 
News

SBI 46 update
MA summary reports from SBI 46 are published in document FCCC/SBI/2017/7/Add.2

The live broadcast can be
viewed here

 
Background documents

International assessment and review process and biennial reports recent developments
IAR Process

Introduction to MA application

Video on MA process (presented 1 Dec. 2015, SBI43)