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27
Jul
From27 July 2016
in Minsk (Belarus)
Organised byMinistry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus & Clima East: Support to Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Russia and ENP East Countries & Technical Assistance to Support the Development of Green Economy in

Belarus is in the process of developing a system for the measurement,
reporting and verification (MRV) for greenhouse gas emissions for large
emitters in line with its obligations under the UNFCCC and the Paris
Agreement. These enterprises not only release GHGs, but also a range of air
quality (AQ) pollutants. Some countries have MRV systems which jointly
consider GHGs and AQ pollutants. The purpose of this meeting is for the
national government and other stakeholders to exchange views on the design of
its MRV systems in line with the Paris Agreement implementation plans of
Belarus. The Clima East representatives – experts of the project and its
Expert Facility - will provide assessment and insights about MRV system
design options applicable for Belarus.

03
Feb
From3 February 2017
in Tbilisi (Georgia)

This event presented the results of the Expert Facility assignment
implemented in Georgia on a “Report and a Roadmap for the Approximation of
Georgian law on F-gases and ODS to the EU law under the Association Agreement
of Georgia". 

*Find all the presentations of the speakers [1] on our dedicated page! *

[1] http://www.climaeast.eu/events/056-closure-event2017

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This report was produced as part of Clima East Expert Facility assignment CEEF2015-043-UA: “Development of potential in the elaboration of National policy on regulation of CO2 emissions and energy consumption by road transport”

18
Jan
From18 January 2016
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byClima East Policy Project

The Clima East Policy project is organising a Lunch Time Conference and Q&A
Session at the External Cooperation Infopoint in Brussels, on 18 January
2016. This short conference will allow Clima East to present its activities
and its insight on the follow-up of the Paris Conference in the Eastern
Partnership. 

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05
Dec
From5 December 2016
in Kiev (Ukraine)

-------- AGENDA --------------------------------------------------------------

/*The Agenda is also available in Ukrainian [1]*/

/Moderators:       Dr. Marzena Chodor & Mr. Zsolt Lengyel, Clima East
project/

09:30 – 10:00

*Registration and coffee*

10:00 – 10:30

*Welcome and key notes*

* Mr. Ostap Yednak, MP, Parliamentary Committee on Environmental Policy,
Nature Resources Utilization and Elimination of the Consequences of
Chornobyl Catastrophe;
* Mr. Oleksiy Ryabchyn, MP, Parliamentary Committee on Fuel and Energy
Complex, Nuclear Policy and Nuclear Safety
* Mr. Victor Galasyuk, MP, Parliamentary Committee on Industrial Policy and
Entrepreneurship;
* Mr. Mykhailo Chyzhenko, Head of Division on climate policy and reporting,
Department of climate change and ozone layer protection, Ministry of
Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine;
* Mr. Jean-Francois Moret, Sector Manager on Energy, Environment, Green
Economy, Civil Protection, Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine;
* Mr. Zsolt Lengyel, Clima East project, Team Leader

10:30 -10:55

*Climat**e **action context, the role of MRV and brief overview of Clima
East MRV support activities*

* Mr. Zsolt Lengyel, Team Leader Clima East project 

* Goals of the workshop
* Brief introduction of the Clima East project
* The climate action context: sustainable growth, Sustainable Development
Goals and the Paris Agreement
* MRV concept and its role in evidence based policy formulation and
implementation (taxes, emission trading, command & control measures)
* Discussion

Presentation: (in English [2])

*Session 1: MRV of GHG emissions -  a fundamental building block for climate
policy*

10.55 – 11.30

*The MRV concept in climate change policy: formulation and implementation
options*

* Mr. Zsolt Lengyel, Clima East Team Leader and Key expert 

* MRV – definition (bottom-up; top-down; standards etc);
* MRV – international context: UNFCCC, Kyoto Protocol, Paris Agreement;
* Regulatory framework (covering both international and national systems)

Presentation: (in English [3])

11:30 – 11:50

/Coffee break/

11:50 – 12:20

*Introduction of other ongoing and upcoming technical assistance projects
related to GHG MRV*

* Ms. Natalia Parasyuk. Project manager, Partnership for Market Readiness
(World Bank)
* Discussion

Presentation: (in Ukrainian [4])

12:20 – 13.00

*What are the key benefits from introducing MRV and setting up an MRV system
for Ukraine in the domestic and international context?*

* Discussion moderated by Dr. Marzena Chodor, Key expert, Clima East project

13.00 – 14.00

/Lunch/

*Session 2 – MRV of GHG emissions in the EU emission trading scheme (EU
ETS)*

14:00 – 15:30

*MRV in the EU emissions trading scheme*

* Marzena Chodor, Clima East Key expert 

* DG Clima ETS animation film
* Objectives and scope of the EU ETS
* Regulatory framework: Directive 2003/87/EC; Directive 2008/101/EC
* Monitoring and reporting in the EU ETS (MRV requirements for
installations, competent authorities and verifiers)
* Verification of emissions in the ETS and accreditation of verifiers
* Brief overview of the relevant provisions in Ukraine – EU Association
Agreement
* Discussion

Presentation: (in English [5]) (in Ukrainian [6])

15:30 – 16:00

*Implementation of the MRV requirements in EU Member States – lessons
learnt and applicable approaches with special focus on new Member States  *

* Mr. Zsolt Lengyel & Dr. Marzena Chodor, Clima East 

* Implementation of MRV requirements in EU MS
* Institutional arrangements and responsibilities of Competent Authorities
* Discussion

Presentation: (in English [7])

16:00 – 16:30

/Coffee break/

16.30 – 17:30

*Panel Discussion:**What are the key MRV lessons from the EU ETS for
mitigation policies?  **How economic instruments, such as emission trading,
carbon taxes and carbon markets operate? What are the MRV requirements that
Ukraine faces under the Association Agreement?*

* Discussion moderated by Mr. Zsolt Lengyel, Team Leader Clima East project
& Dr. Marzena Chodor, Clima East Key expert

17:30 – 17:40

*Closing remarks*

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The United Nations Convention on Climate Change was adopted in 1992 as one of the three conventions at the “Rio Earth Summit”.

25
Jun
From
25 June 2015 to 26 June 2015
in Riga (Latvia)
Organised byClima East Policy Project

Participants of the workshop will present their country positions for the 2015 Agreement and focus on the planned Intended Nationally Determined Contributions which countries are preparing in line with decisions adopted by the COP in Warsaw (2013) and in Lima (2014).

02
Feb
From2 February 2017
in Tbilisi (Georgia)
Organised byorganized and provided under the support of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia and Clima East Project

The Paris Agreement sets out a global action plan to keep global temperature
rise this century well below 2°C and to drive efforts to limit the increase
even further to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. The agreement also aims
to strengthen the ability of countries to deal with the impacts of climate
change. The objectives of the Paris Agreement are in line with Georgia’s
national development priorities such as energy efficiency improvement, energy
security, food production security and others.

The NDC and its implementing measure will provide clear directions for action
and ensure that the synergies between climate action and national development
priorities are utilised and the Paris Agreement is implemented effectively.
Therefore, active participation and collaboration is required among the
national authorities and stakeholders who are covering virtually all sectors
of economy, particularly those, which produce significant emissions of
greenhouse gases, and those most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

The conference plans to reach governmental authorities and other stakeholders
(business community, civil society and academia) with the purpose to enhance
their common understanding of the opportunities and the challenges that the
implementation of the Paris Agreement creates for our economy and society. In
particular, the conference will discuss the options for coordinating sectoral
policies and measures and ensuring that they bring national development on a
low-emission and climate-resilient pathway.

/*The presentations of the speakers [1] are available on our dedicated
page!*/

[1] http://www.climaeast.eu/events/paris-agreement-implementation-georgia-2017

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28
Jul
From
28 July 2015 to 29 July 2015
in Kiev (Ukraine)
Organised byClima East Policy Project and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Ukraine

Clima East Policy Project is organising a two-day MRV regional workshop on 28 and 29 July 2015 in Kiev. 

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