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Po5 - From CDM to NAMAs: Opportunities
to Accelerate Sustainable Development
and Contribute Towards Global
Mitigation Efforts
Perspectives Climate Change
Alberto Galante
Bogota, 05.09.2014
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Scaling up mitigation and incentives for financing
From single measures (CDM) to sectorwide efforts (NAMAs)
Single CDM
projects
CDM Programme
of Activites
Nationally Appropriate
Mitigation Actions
(NAMAs)
Mitigation
action in SubSector A
Voluntary
programme
Capacity
building
Source
of
Funds:
2012
2012
Carbon market
(CERs)
Carbon market
(CERs)
Potential mix of funds
(domestic, donor and
carbon financing)
Scale of mitigation financing
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Experience from the CDM in LAC region
 Key sectors under the CDM in LAC region
- Renewables (70.5%); Waste (≈ 20%)
Source: UNEP DTU CDM/JI Pipeline Analysis and Database, August 1st 2014
 CDM has worked well in LAC region due to clear incentives and
limited government interference
 Building on the governance structure of the CDM, NAMAs
should go further in standardising baseline and MRV methodologies
 Moreover, possibility to integrate CDM activities as instruments
under a supported / credited NAMA
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Transformation of CDM activities into instruments under a NAMA
Support
Pre-2015 Phase
Support Phase
Independence Phase
NAMA Support Facilities
(e.g. NAMA Facility, GEF, EU NAMA Funds, bilateral)
NAMA crediting
Total sector emissions
Domestic instruments
(Supported/credited NAMAs)
Domestic instruments
(Unilateral NAMAs)
CDM portfolio
2014
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~ 2015 – 2024
~ 2025 - 2030
Example: Step-wise NAMA MRV approach – Chilean
Solid Waste NAMA case (UNDP LECB Lot7)
STEP 1:
Analysis of CDM methodologies and of existing
MRV systems relevant to the project
Applicable CDM meths:
ACM0022 “Alternative waste treatment
processes”
AMS-III.R. “Methane recovery in agricultural
activities at household/small farm level”
AMS-III.AO. “Methane recovery through
controlled anaerobic digestion”
Other applicable MRV meths:
Climate Action Reserve (CAR) “Organic
Waste Digestion Project Protocol V2.1”
The Gold Standard (GS) “Revised
Consolidated Baseline Methodology for GHG
ER from Manure Management Systems and
Municipal Solid Waste”
Entreprises pour l’Environnement (Built on
GHG Protocol) “Protocol for the quantification
of GHG from waste management activities:
Biological treatment (composting, anaerobic
digestion”
STEP 2:
Establishment of data and parameters not to be
monitored
STEP 3:
Establishment of data and parameters to be
monitored
STEP 3A:
Parameters ex-ante
STEP 3B:
Parameters ex-post
STEP 4:
Establishment of monitoring processes and
monitoring frequency
STEP 5:
Establishment of QA/QC procedures
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Po5 - From CDM to NAMAs: Opportunities
to Accelerate Sustainable Development
and Contribute Towards Global
Mitigation Efforts
¡MUCHAS GRACIAS POR SU ATENCIÓN!
Perspectives Climate Change
Alberto Galante
Head Spain Office / Director Latin America Business
[email protected]
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© 2014 Perspectives GmbH

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