Your location: Home > Workshop to further the understanding of the diversity of nationally appropriate mitigation actions by developing country Parties, underlying assumptions, and any support needed for implementation of these action (AWG-LCA 15)


Presentations - Session I
Party  Speaker Title
Brazil

Mr. André ODENBREIT CARVALHO

Mr. Adriano SANTHIAGO DE OLIVEIRA

pdf-icon Brazil’s Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (228 kB)

AOSIS Mr. Mary Jean MACE pdf-icon Nationally-Appropriate Mitigation Actions:  the importance of common accounting rules (1211 kB)
Gambia (The)         Mr. Pa Ousman JARJU pdf-icon Nationally-Appropriate Mitigation Actions of The Gambia (1030 kB)
Korea (Republic of )                   Mr. Kim YONG-GUN pdf-icon Emissions Trading Scheme or Low-Carbon Green Growth in Korea (1812 kB)  


Presentations - Session II
Party  Speaker Title
Bangladesh          Dr. Mr. ASADUZZMAN                     

pdf-icon Towards Development of A NAMA for Bangladesh (283 kB)

Georgia  Mr. Alex SARAC
China  Mr. Fei TENG

pdf-icon UNFCCC Workshop on NA1 NAMAs (68 kB)


Presentations - Session III
 Party  Speaker Title
Chile and Centre for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) Ms. Alexa KLEYSTEUBER (Chile)

Mr. Ned HELME (CCAP)
pdf-icon Workshop for further understanding the diversity of NAMAs by developing country Parties (1266 kB)
Malawi             

Mr. Evans Davie NJEWA                                 

pdf-icon The Road Towards Low Carbon Development Strategy in Malawi (1359 kB)

Mexico Dr. Fernando TUDELA pdf-icon Climate Change actions in Mexico (765 kB)
European Union Mr. Peter BETTS pdf-icon Clarification of developing country Parties\'pledges (316 kB)
CAN International

Mr. Wael HMAIDAN

pdf-icon CAN International on NAMA (390 kB)

Relevant document

pdf-icon Information note on the workshop
(102 kB)
This information note has been prepared by the Chair of the AWG-LCA, with the support from the secretariat.

Submission of more information by developing country Parties, subject to availability, relating to nationally appropriate mitigation actions, including underlying assumptions and methodologies, sectors and gases covered, global warming potential values used, support needs for implementation of nationally appropriate mitigation actions and estimated mitigation outcomes. Submissions from Parties.
FCCC/AWGLCA/2012/MISC.2